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The Industrial Revolution in Scotland : New Studies in Economic and Social History - Christopher A. Whatley

The Industrial Revolution in Scotland

New Studies in Economic and Social History

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Published: 28th January 1997
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The Industrial Revolution in Scotland is the first new student text on this subject for more than two decades. While the focus is on Scotland, Dr Whatley's approach is largely comparative and he places the Scottish experience of industrialisation within the context of the debate about the 'British' Industrial Revolution. Unusually, Dr Whatley's study encompasses the whole of Scotland and assesses the nature and impact of early industrialisation in the woollen manufacturing towns of the Borders and in Dundee, the Scottish centre of linen production. He also examines the Highlands and Islands, upon which industrial development had a profound impact, and which arguably suffered more than any other region in Britain, as the economy became more centralised from the 1820s. Social as well as the economic causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution are also fully considered.

' ... a very valuable addition to the series and should broaden perspectives beyond Scotland'. Labour History Review

Acknowledgements
Map of Scotland
Introduction
Identifying Scotland's Industrial Revolution (1): The pre-Union inheritance
Identifying Scotland's Industrial Revolution (2): Union to c.1850
Causes
Social aspects of the Scottish Industrial Revolution
List of References
Index
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ISBN: 9780521572286
ISBN-10: 0521572282
Series: New Studies in Economic and Social History
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 122
Published: 28th January 1997
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.25