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3. Work, Life & Leisure - Cities in Count. World

Social Change in the City

Social Change in the City
The shape of the family were completely transformed by life in the industrial city. Ties between members of households loosened, the institution of marriage tended to break down. Women of the upper and middle classes in Britain faced increasingly higher levels of isolation, Women who worked for wages had some control over their lives, particularly among the lower social classes. Family as an institution had broken down.
(a) Men, Women and Family in the City
(b) Leisure and Consumption

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