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British Working-Class Education in the Nineteenth Century

inequality; neoliberalism Caribbean honeymoon resorts, 145, 154 Carrie (fi lms), 105 “catfi shing,” 72 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. See wedding of Kate and William Index / 223 Celebration, Florida: overview, 20, 159; architecture of, 169, 171–72; and class hierarchies, 169, 171, 175; and community, sense of, 169–70, 175–76; crime and, 173, 175; design principles of, 167–68; Disney as founding and then abandoning, 120, 159, 175–76; and fantasy that the future can be privatized, 161; fear of the future and, 170–71; happiness and, 170; homelessness and, 175

African Americans, as nurses’ aides, 59 Alicea, Marixsa, 56–57, 165 ambulatory unit, 64 American context: child care and, 94–95, 168–69; Wnancial decision-making and, 105–6; Indian Christians and, 119; male church participation and, 148; prospec- tive American-born brides and, 172–73 American Hospitals Association, 50 American Journal of Nursing, 57 American Nurses Association, 50 Asian Americans, 28, 32, 173 autonomy: connective, 40, 44, 49, 54–57, 75–76; eldest daughter and, 48; gender/ class hierarchies and, 48; gender/class hierarchies vs., 42, 44; immigrant

Established Church. 1 2 General Considerations And, finally, education in general and primary education in particular were probably as finely and self-consciously differentiated by social class as they have been at any other time and place. This is especially notable, since the idea of class hierarchy was—and had been, and is— central as a primordial principle and organizing basis in British society. Accordingly, primary education was a subject of exceptional discussion, heat, and primordial dispute in our era. This statement is especially true of the education of the


that relations between diverse racial and ethnic groups are mutually constitutive. Because no one group’s history can be understood apart from that of others, this book aims for a synthetic approach to the study of race and ethnicity in postwar America. Historically removed from the entrenched ethnic and class hierarchies that defined social relations in older American cities, Los Angeles provides an ideal setting for understanding the process of white racial formation. Until recently, Los Angeles has remained outside the purview of urban his- torians, who privileged

that the German wine law be amended to once again permit the use of parcel identi- fiers on labels in order to give more credibility to vineyard names. Our work on this atlas has underscored for us the merits of impartially classifying all pertinent top-quality vineyard parcels rather than recognizing only the current bloated, oversized vineyards. Only in this way can the character of each site be preserved, allowing us to approach German wine with a view that is cultural and sustainable rather than transient and economically shortsighted. Our four-class

labor and the entrepreneurial ethic and devoted themselves instead to the arts, philosophy, and even radical politics.22 Politically, Permanent Settlement contributed to Congress party weakness and communist strength. At the upper end of the class hierarchy, it fostered deep resentment of zamindars among the jote- dars. Traditional caste differences, along with new sources of eco- nomic competition, further divided jotedars and zamindars and pre- vented the emergence of a unified dominant class.23 Although by The Political Economy of Protest *33 abolishing the

either become internalized as part of the self or are selectively resisted, depending upon the permeability of the individual to various reference groups (see concepts four and five below), or upon the degree of motivation of the individual toward conformity or deviancy. In a complex society, conflicts occur when in- ducements toward social mobility within a class hierarchy and other problems such as acculturation expose the developing individuals to a series of alternative expectations of role behavior. ' The Japanese, from his earliest years, is expected to