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England's Population By Andrew Hinde

England's Population by Andrew Hinde

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This is the first single-volume demographic history of England covering the entire period since the Norman conquest.

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England's Population: A History Since the Domesday Survey by Andrew Hinde

The first single-volume demographic history of England covering the entire period since the Norman conquest. It charts the magnitude and characteristics of population change in England since the eleventh century, describes the major explanations for population change which have been proposed by historians over the years, and introduces the main historical sources which have been used to analyze the population history of England.

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'Few scholars possess the boldness to attempt a work with this scope; fewer still succeed in the attempt, as this book does.' Economic History Review 'The book manages to be both an excellent starting point for the comparative beginner and a reason to pause and reflect for those who have long been immersed in the subject.' Economic History Review 'This will be a greatly appreciated and widely used textbook - and deserves to be.' Population Studies

About Andrew Hinde

Andrew Hinde is Senior Lecturer in Population Studies at the University of Southampton, UK

Table of Contents

1 Introduction; Part 1 The Medieval Period; 2 Domesday England; 3 Population change between 1086 and the Black Death; 4 The Black Death and its aftermath; 5 The population of England in the fifteenth century; Appendix 1: Sources and methods for learning about the population of medieval England. Part II Early Modern Period; 6 The Malthusian system; 7 English mortality and population growth 1500-1750; 8 The Malthusian preventive check in early modern England; 9 Childbearing in early modern England; 10 Causes and consequences of migration; Appendix II Sources and methods for studying the population of early modern England; Part III The English demographic Transition; 11 Population growth after 1750; 12 The decline of mortality; 13 The decline of fertility; 14 Migration patterns 1800-1950; Appendix III Sources and methods for studying the population of nineteenth and early-twentieth century England

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GOR003490966
9780340761908
0340761903
England's Population: A History Since the Domesday Survey by Andrew Hinde
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2003-07-31
256
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