Popular Consumption and the Mass Market / Consommation populaire et débouchés - Popular Consumption and the Mass Market in Early Modern England: - A Selected Bibliography

Popular Consumption and the Mass Market / Consommation populaire et débouchés

Popular Consumption and the Mass Market in Early Modern England:

A Selected Bibliography

Beverly Lemire
University of New Brunswick
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Buck, Anne. "Variations in English Women's Dress in the Eighteenth Century." Folk Life 9 (1971): 5-28.
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Chapman, S.D. The Early Factory Masters. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1967.
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Chapman, S.D., and S. Chassagne. European Textile Printers in the Eighteenth Century. London: Heinemann Educational, 1981.
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Kent, Richard. "Home Demand as a Factor in Eighteenth Century Economic Growth: The Literary Evidence." M. Litt thesis, Cambridge University, 1969.
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Lemire, Beverly. Cotton in Fashion: Trade, Industry and Consumerism in Britain, 1660-1800 (forthcoming).
—. "The Theft of Clothes and Popular Consumerism in Early Modern England." Journal of Social History (December, 1990, pending).
—. "Consumerism in Pre-Industrial and Early-Industrial England: The Trade in Second-hand Clothes." Journal of British Studies 27, no. 1 (1988): 1-24.
—. "The British Cotton Industry and the Domestic Market: Trade and Fashion in an Early Industrial Society, 1750-1800." D.Phil thesis, Oxford University, 1985.
—. "Developing Consumerism and The Ready-made Clothing Trade in Britain, 1750-1800." Textile History 15 (1984): 21-44.
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Wadsworth, A.P., and Julia de Lacy Mann. The Cotton Trade and Industrial Lancashire, 1660-1780. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1931.
Weatherill, Lorna. Consumer Behavior and Material Culture in Britain, 1660-1760. London: Routledge, 1988.
—. "A Possession of One's Own: Women and Consumer Behavior in England, 1660-1749." Journal of British Studies 25 (1986): 131-156.
Willan, T.S. Abraham Dent, An Eighteenth Century Shopkeeper. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1970.
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Wilson, Charles. "Cloth Production and International Competition in the Seventeenth Century." Economic History Review, 2d ser., 13, no. 2 (1960): 175-191.
Woodward, Donald. "Swords into Plowshares: Recycling in Pre-Industrial England." Economic History Review, 2d ser., 38 no. 2 (1984): 175-191.
Wrigley, E.A. "A Simple Model of London's Importance in Changing English Society." Past and Present 37 (1967): 44-70.