A Companion to Contemporary Britain: 1939-2000
April 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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List of Tables.
Notes on Contributors.
1. The Impact of the Second World War: Paul Addison (University of Edinburgh).
2. The Impact of the Cold War: Harriet Jones (University of London).
3. Population and the Family: Pat Thane (Institute of Historical Research, University of London).
4. Cities, Suburbs, Countryside: Mark Clapson (University of Westminster).
5. Class: Arthur Marwick (Open University).
6. Immigration and Racism: Wendy Webster (University of Central Lancaster).
7. Sport and Recreation: Richard Holt (De Montfort University).
8. Youth Culture: Bill Osgerby (London Metropolitan University).
9. Sexuality: Lesley A. Hall (Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, London, and University College London).
10. Economic ‘Decline’ in Post-war Britain: Jim Tomlinson (University of Dundee).
11. The Transformation of the Economy: Hugh Pemberton (University of Bristol).
12. The Geography of Economic Change: P. W. Daniels (University of Birmingham).
13. Living Standards and Consumption: Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska (University of Illinois, Chicago).
14. Gender: Change and Continuity: Dolly Smith Wilson (Boston College, Massachusetts).
15. Welfare, Poverty and Social Inequalities: Janet Fink (Open University).
16. Education: Roy Lowe (University of London).
17. Health: John Welshman (Lancaster University).
18. Re-writing the Unwritten Constitution: Andrew Blick (Political Researcher).
19. The Secret State: Richard J. Aldrich (University of Nottingham).
20. Rethinking the ‘Rise and Fall’ of Two-Party Politics: Steven Fielding (University of Salford).
21. The Rise and Disintegration of the Working Classes: Robert Taylor (European Trade Union Confederation, Brussels).
22. The Growth of Social Movements: Holger Nehring (University of Sheffield).
23. Civil Society: Nicholas Deakin (London School of Economics and Political Science).
24. The Politics of Devolution: Christopher Harvie (Tübingen University, Baden-Württemberg).
25. The Politics of Northern Ireland: Thomas Hennessey (Canterbury Christ Church University College).
26. Britain in the World Economy: Catherine R. Schenk (University of Glasgow).
27. The End of Empire: Bill Schwarz (Queen Mary College, University of London).
28. The Anglo-American ‘Special Relationship’: Michael F. Hopkins and John W. Young (Liverpool Hope University College; University of Nottingham).
29. Britain and Europe: James Ellison (Queen Mary College, University of London).
30. British Defence Policy: Simon Ball (University of Glasgow).