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Author Charle, Christophe, 1951-

Title Social history of France in the nineteenth century / Christophe Charle ; translated by Miriam Kochan.

Publication Info. Oxford ; Providence, R.I. : Berg, 1994.


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  306.0944 C474S    Check Shelf
Description x, 314 pages : maps ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-304) and index.
Contents I. The Age of the Notables or Unattainable Social Peace. 1. French Society circa 1815. A.A Weakened Society. B.A Divided Society. C.A Society of Exclusion and Violent Revolt. 2. Notables, Educated Classes (Capacites), Peasants and Proletariat. A. The Ruling Notables: The Logic of a System of Domination. B. The Notables: Divided and Challenged. C. The Proletarian Threat. D. The Mid-Century Crisis, 1847-1851. 3. Imperial Stabilisation and Society in Motion. A. The Bonapartist State, a Stabilising or Destabilising Force? B. The End of the Agrarian Ancien Regime. C. An Urban Society in Motion. D. The Democratic Thrust -- II. The Emergence of a Democratic Society, 1870-1914. 4. A New Class: The Peasants. A. Integration in the Nation. B. Crisis as a Social Indicator. C. Rural France and Peasant Societies. 5. The Rise of the Middle Classes. A. The World of the Petty Bourgeoisie, or How to Escape from the Proletariat. B. The Employees: A New Proletariat.
Language Translated from the French M. Kochan.
Subject Social classes -- France -- History -- 19th century.
France -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Added Title Histoire sociale de la France au XIXe siècle. English
Social history of France in the 19th century.
Other Form: Online version: Charle, Christophe, 1951- Histoire sociale de la France au XIXe siècle. English. Social history of France in the nineteenth century. Oxford ; Providence, R.I. : Berg, 1994 (OCoLC)654374858
ISBN 0854969136 cloth
9780854969135 cloth
0854969063 paperback
9780854969067 paperback
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