Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Working papers for Mark Abrams's four-part BBC Home Service radio series 'Social Class in Britain Today' (January 1957), produced by B. C. [Bee] Horton. Includes copies of four 'As Recorded' BBC scripts, read by Mark Abrams; letters from members of the public regarding the series and Abrams's work (x25); and Abrams's notes, drafts, and press cuttings.
Including notes on the honours system and a transcript of an interview with Herbert Morrison.
A series of lectures, sub-titled "The Philosopher and the Bricklayer", given in the Easter Term, 1961.
Working papers on the North/South divide in Britain. Consists largely of press cuttings, with Mark Abrams's notes and draft papers.
Working papers on politics, political leadership, voting behaviours, and election campaigns.
Working papers on social forecasting in Britain and the wider world, covering subjects such as futurology; the role of economic planning in society; the impact of economic growth on social structures; the future of European internationalist co-operation; housing and food crises; education; industrial strategy; inequality; and the potential impacts of social research on social change. Consists largely of press cuttings, articles, and survey data, with Mark Abrams's notes.
Including the Bethnal Green and Debden surveys.
A series of lectures given in the Easter Term, 1963. The texts of only two lectures survive.
With notes on bureaucracy and the sociology of institutions.