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Population and Society in Western European Port Cities, c. 1650-1939 (Liverpool Studies in European Population, 2) ePub download

by Richard Lawton,Robert Lee

  • Author: Richard Lawton,Robert Lee
  • ISBN: 0853234353
  • ISBN13: 978-0853234357
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Liverpool University Press (October 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 400
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Population and Society in Western European Port Cities, c. 1650-1939 (Liverpool Studies in European Population, 2) ePub download

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Richard Lawton, W. Robert Lee, Robert Lee, PH D. Liverpool University Press, 2002 - 385 páginas. This volume brings together ten original papers on the population dynamics and development of Western European port cities. In a substantial overview chapter Lawton and Lee examine "Port Development and the Demographic Dynamics of European Urbanisation", setting in context the individual case studies that follow.

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Population and Society in Western European Port Cities, c 1650-1939. ROBERT LEE and PETER MARSCHALCK. This was clearly the case in relation to areas dominated by coal mining and iron and steel production, such as the towns in the Ruhr valley, in northern France, as well as in the West Midlands in England.

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By Richard Lawton and Robert Lee. Ed. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool 2002. Published: 1 August 2004. by Cambridge University Press (CUP).

a Liverpool Studies in European Population, . In a substantial overview chapter Lawton and Lee examine 'Port Development and the Demographic Dynamics of European Urbanisation', setting in context the individual case studies that follow.

a Liverpool Studies in European Population, 2. 505. . These studies - of Bremen, Cork, Genoa, Glasgow, Hamburg, Liverpool, Malmö, Nantes, Portsmouth and Trieste - provide an important enhancement of our understanding of the particular socio-economic and demographic characteristics of port cities, and point to the existence of a particular port demographic regime.

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This volume brings together nine original papers on the population dynamics .

book by Richard Lawton. This volume brings together nine original papers on the population dynamics and development of Western European port-cities. In a substantial overview chapter Professors Lawton and Lee examine Port Development and the Demographic Dynamics of European Urbanisation, setting in context the individual case studies which follow.

Population and Society in Western European Port-Cities . 650-1939 (Book). The Port-City Legacy: Urban Demographic Change in the Hansestadt Bremen, 1815-1910. Latwon, . & Lee, R. (Ed. (2002). Population and Society in Western European Port-Cities . 650-1939 (Vol. 2). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. Port Development and the Demographic Dynamic of European Urbanization (Chapter). Lee, . & Lawton, R. In R. Lawton, & R. Lee (Ed., Population and Society in Western European Port-Cities . 650-1939 (pp. 252-269).

This volume brings together ten original papers on the population dynamics and development of Western European port cities. In a substantial overview chapter Lawton and Lee examine "Port Development and the Demographic Dynamics of European Urbanisation", setting in context the individual case studies that follow. These studies – of Bremen, Cork, Genoa, Glasgow, Hamburg, Liverpool, Malmö, Nantes, Portsmouth and Trieste – provide an important enhancement of our understanding of the particular socio-economic and demographic characteristics of port cities, and point to the existence of a particular port demographic regime. They emphasize the central importance of the high proportion of unskilled and casual labor, the susceptibility of cyclical employment, the inflated risk of epidemic infection, and other demographic and economic factors specific to port cities.
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