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G. Brown, ‘The view from the workplace: women and work in Stirling 1900–1950’, in E. Gordon and E. Breitenbach (eds), The World Is Ill Divided: Women’s Work in Scotland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Edinburgh, 1990), pp. 7–28. J. Littlejohn, Westrigg: The Sociology of a Cheviot Parish (London, 1963); A. P. Cohen, Whalsay: Symbol, Segment and Boundary in a Shetland Island Community (Manchester, 1987); S. Parman, Scottish Crofters: an Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village (Fort Worth, 1990); S.
In the campaigns over the control of the Sabbath, Callum Brown shows how the absence of definitive national law in this area resulted in spectacular local contests in peace and war, and how the Sabbath sits in some awkwardness amid the theories of the everyday outlined here. The theme of revolt and resistance is brought down to the level of the individual in Steven Sutcliffe’s innovative study of three exemplary figures who experienced the overthrow of traditional Presbyterianism. His study of Dugald Semple, Sheena Govan and R.
A history of everyday life in twentieth-century Scotland by Lynn Abrams; Callum G Brown