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Lectures, 1954 - 1979

Reference Code: GBR/0014/YUNG 3/1/1

Scope and Contents

Comprising: "The Labour Party and the Middle Class Mind", given at the Fabian Society's Easter School, 1954; "Family and Kinship", given at the Annual Conference of the Family Welfare Association, 4 November 1955; "Studying Kinship in East London", given at Professor [Max] Gluckman's seminar in Manchester, 24 June 1957; a talk on "The Human Group" by Professor [George] Homans, given at the Family Seminar, September 1957; "The Responsibility of the Parent and the School", given at the Annual Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 31 August 1964; a statement on "Educational Priority Areas and Family Allowances", 21 January 1967; "The Next Ten Years", given at the Consumer Assembly, 3 November 1967; "Some Alternative Types of Family Structure", given at the Conference on the Family at Rennes, 10-13 April 1969; with John Gibson, "Social Mobility and Genetical Variation", September 1969; "The Future of Consumer Affluence", given at the Sixth IOCU World Congress, July 1970; "Is Equality a Dream?", Rita Hinden Memorial Lecture, 13 November 1972; "The Challenge to Educational Incrementalism", 1973; "The Shortening of Childhood and the Lengthening of Education", Centenary Seminar at Adelaide University, 17 August 1974; "European Environment for Consumers", February 1979; "Old People and their Families in East London", undated [1950s]; speech at a meeting of the IOCU, undated [1960s]; "Continuing Education, in Theory and in Practice", undated [1960s]; "Expansion in the Social Sciences", given at the Conference of the Social Administration Association, undated [1960s]; and "The Social Sciences and Government", undated [1960s].


  • Creation: 1954 - 1979


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Finding aid date

2004-06-07 09:13:01+00:00


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