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New Studies in Economic and Social History). In this concise survey for students, . Outhwaite surveys the enormous volume of literature This book examines the consequences of periods of dearth in England in the years between 1550 and 1800.

New Studies in Economic and Social History). This book examines the consequences of periods of dearth in England in the years between 1550 and 1800. For this period serious harvest failure has been connected with a marked increase in the political activity of the ordinary people, and attention has been focused on food riots.

Part of the New Studies in Economic and Social History Series). After the mid-18th century dearth no longer produced marked rises in deaths in many English communities. What it did produce, however, was rioting.

This concise survey examines the consequences of periods of dearth in England, in the years between 1550 and . Particular attention is paid to a key factor in understanding food riots - namely, changes in government policy towards grain provisioning in these periods of dearth.

This concise survey examines the consequences of periods of dearth in England, in the years between 1550 and 1800. By the sixteenth century, periods of dearth no longer produced marked rises in mortality, as had happened previously. Instead, the ordinary people appear to have become more politically active, and an increase in the incidence of widespread rioting has been connected to these periods that followed serious harvest failure.

1st ed. by R. B. Outhwaite. Includes bibliographical references (p. 60-67) and index. Studies in economic and social history. Published 1991 by Macmillan Education in Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire. Social conditions, Politics and government, Economic conditions.

Originally entitled 'Studies in Economic History', in 1974 the series had its scope extended to include topics in social history, and the . Outhwaite Dearth, Public Policy and Social Disturbance in England, 1550-1800 RJ. Overy The Nazi Economic Recovery, 1932-1938.

Originally entitled 'Studies in Economic History', in 1974 the series had its scope extended to include topics in social history, and the new series title, 'Studies in Economic and Social History', signalises this development.

Dearth, Public Policy and Social Disturbance in England, 1550-1800. This book provides an alternative approach to the history of social conflict, popular politics and plebeian culture in the early modern period. Based on a close study of the Peak Country of Derbyshire c. 1520–1770, it has implications for understandings of class identity, popular culture, riot, custom and social relations. A detailed reconstruction of economic and social change within the region is followed by an in-depth examination of the changing cultural meanings of custom, gender, locality, skill, literacy, orality and magic.

Brian) Outhwaite (1935–2005) was a social, legal and economic historian. For the last 31 years of his life he was a member of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was, latterly, Director of Studies

Brian) Outhwaite (1935–2005) was a social, legal and economic historian. For the last 31 years of his life he was a member of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was, latterly, Director of Studies. Clandestine Marriage in England, 1500–1850. Inflation in Tudor and Early Stuart England. Dearth, Public Policy and Social Disturbance in England 1550–1800. Scandal in the Church: Dr Edward Drax Free, 1764–1843. The Rise and Fall of the English Ecclesiastical Courts, 1500–1860.

Studies in Economic and Social History (1991). Dearth, Public Policy and Social Disturbance in England 1550-1800.

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This book examines the consequences of periods of dearth in England in the years between 1550 and 1800. For this period serious harvest failure has been connected with a marked increase in the political activity of the ordinary people, and attention has been focused on food riots. In this concise survey for students, R.B. Outhwaite surveys the enormous volume of literature that has been generated on the subject, explores interconnections, and draws attention to problems still outstanding, paying particular attention to changes in government policy toward grain provisioning.