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Poverty: A Study of Town Life
by Benjamin Seebohm Rowntree

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Seebohm (Benjamin Seebohm), 1871-1954 Publication date 1971 Topics Poor, Social surveys, City and town life Publisher New York, HRowntree was more radical than most of the norms of his time, but much less radical than some new thinkingFindings[edit]It would have told aspiring communists even less.Poverty: A Study of Town Life did much to help those who went on to build the foundations of the welfare state in BritainA little of life's luxuries perhapsbut only just a littleand no mention anywhere in the 400 odd pages of the need to reduce inequalities or redistribute wealth Done Cancel By proceeding I agree to the Revolvy terms of service and privacy policy

Seebohm (Benjamin Seebohm), 1871-1954 texts eye 42 favorite 0 comment 0 Wellcome Library 41 41 Poverty : a study of town life May 4, 2016 05/16 by Rowntree, BIn a cynical sense this book was chocolate for the well-meaning well-healed classes of the timeit tasted sweet and its recommendations did not cost too much in terms of upsetting the social orderWhat people are saying-Write a reviewWe haven't found any reviews in the usual placesIf books change the world, then this is one that didRowntree and his assistants conducted the study on over two-thirds of the population of York; around 46,000 people, excluding those individuals who were able to afford to employ a domestic servantThe study, widely considered a seminal work of sociology, details Rowntree's investigation of poverty in York, England and the subsequent implications that arise from the findings, in regard to the nature of poverty at the start of the 20th centuryIn addition to this, Churchill concluded from Rowntree's findings that it was quite evident "that the American labourer is a stronger, larger, healthier, better fed, and consequently more efficient animal than a large proportion of our population, and this is surely a fact which our unbridled Imperialists, who have no thought but to pile up armaments, taxation and territory, should not lose sight of"

Firstly, in 25% of the cases, individuals or families were impoverished as a result of an absolute lack of income, on account of the chief wage-earner being either dead, disabled or otherwise unable to workOf the 46,000 people surveyed, the study revealed that 20,000 were living in poverty; defined by falling below a calculated minimum weekly sum of money 'necessary to enable families to secure the necessities of a healthy life'There were discovered to be two chief reasons for such povertyHe gathered an extraordinary range of statisticsExpand Summer ClothingSummer ClothingSwimwearShortsT-Shirts & TanksJeansDressesGirls' ClothingBoys' ClothingBaby ClothesSunglassesWorkout Clothes CareWhen addressing an audience in Blackpool in 1902, he stated that Rowntree's book had "fairly made [his] hair stand on end", going on to call the revelations of the study in regard to poverty, a "terrible and shocking thing", and subsequently expressing sympathy with "people who have only the workhouse or prison as avenues to change from their present situation".[1]

Paste Image Information Here: Image: Source: Save changes Bristol: The Policy Press, 2000, pp.436One in three potential recruits were refused on medical groundsOK Cancel Other editions - View allPoverty: A Study of Town LifeBenjamin Seebohm RowntreeSnippet view - 1902Poverty: A Study of Town LifeBenjamin Seebohm RowntreeSnippet view - 1903Poverty: A Study of Town LifeBenjamin Seebohm RowntreeSnippet view - 1901View all This PDF is available to Subscribers Only View Article Abstract & Purchase Options For full access to this pdf, sign in to an existing account, or purchase an annual subscriptionSeebohn Rowntree and Jonathan Bradshaw Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol 528 pages Paper $37.95 ISBN: 9781861342027 Published December 2000 For sale in North and South America only A century ago, Seebohm Rowntree, inspired by the work of Charles Booth and of his own father, Joseph Rowntree, embarked on a lengthy investigation of poverty in YorkFeedback Poverty, A Study of Town Life Topics Videos Discussion Write-ups

Expand VitaminsVitaminsProbioticsWeight LossProtein SupplementsVitamin DPrenatal VitaminsKids' VitaminsCreatineVitamin CWhere you live can kill you Book Review: Population Health Science Book Review: Concepts of Epidemiology OK Clear Cancel DOI: Published: 01 April 2002 Views Article contents Figures & tables Video Audio Supplementary Data Cite Citation Danny Dorling; Poverty: A Study of Town LifeHowever, in around 50% of cases, the chief wage-earner was employed in regular work, but paid mere pittance, unable to sustain a healthy level of livingSkip to Main ContentSeebohm Rowntree Genre Sociology Publisher Macmillan and Co 07f867cfac

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