Ideal homes 1918 39Ideal homes 1918 39



14 A second edition was published as MoDA, Little Palaces: House and Home in the Inter-War Suburbs (London: Middlesex ... 2007); I.A. Rock, The 1930s House Manual: Care and Repair for All Popular House Types (Yeovil: Haynes Publishing, ...

Author: Deborah Sugg Ryan

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 9781526126573

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This book explores the aspirations and tastes of new suburban communities in interwar England for domestic architecture and design that was both modern and nostalgic in a period where homeownership became the norm. It investigates the ways in which new suburban class and gender identities were forged through the architecture, design and decoration of the home, in choices such as ebony elephants placed on mantelpieces and modern Easiwork dressers in kitchens. Ultimately, it argues that a specifically suburban modernism emerged, which looked backwards to the past whilst looking forward to the future. Thus the inter-war ‘ideal’ home was both a retreat from the outside world and a site of change and experimentation. The book also examines how the interwar home is lived in today. It will appeal to academics and students in design, social and cultural history as well as a wider readership curious about interwar homes.

The Housing MarketThe Housing Market



How to Successfully Sell Your Home in a Soft Housing Market, Quick Easy Guides Howard Gooddie, Buying Bargains at Property Auctions, Lawpack Publishing Ian Rock, The 1930s House Manual, J H Haynes & Co Ian Rock, The Victorian House ...

Author: Industrial Systems Research

Publisher: Industrial Systems Research

ISBN: 9780906321577

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Such things as the costs and quality of residential properties and the macro-economic implications of fluctuations in house prices and mortgage interest rates are important public issues. This book surveys economic and related aspects of the modern housing market. It looks at factors affecting the supply, demand, and prices of houses; examines the main housing sub-markets and sub-market trends; and analyses influences on housing consumer preferences and buying behaviour. The focus is on the British market. However, the framework of analysis and many of the book¿s conclusions will be applicable to the housing markets of other industrial countries. CONTENTS: 1. THE HOUSING MARKET: AN OVERVIEW 2. THE SUPPLY OF HOUSING 3. THE OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING MARKET AND HOUSE PRICES 4. THE RENTED HOMES MARKET 5. GOVERNMENT POLICY AND LEGISLATIVE INFLUENCES 6. GEOGRAPHICAL DIFFERENCES IN THE HOUSING MARKET AND HOUSE PRICES 7. HOUSING SUB-MARKETS AND DEMAND TRENDS 8. THE DEMAND FOR AND MARKETABILITY OF INDIVIDUAL PROPERTIES

Self Build ManualSelf Build Manual



But how exactly do you go about it? How much of the building work should you do yourself? This manual explains the entire process in plain English, backed up with hundreds of color photos showing real self-build projects taking shape.

Author: Ian Alistair Rock

Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK

ISBN: 085733803X

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Page: 256

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Most of us would love to design and build our own home. In fact, more people than ever are doing precisely this. But how exactly do you go about it? How much of the building work should you do yourself? This manual explains the entire process in plain English, backed up with hundreds of color photos showing real self-build projects taking shape. Each chapter is devoted to a key stage of the build from the foundations right through to snagging and completion. Whether you tackle some of the works yourself, or employ architects and contractors, this step-by-step guide will show you how to stay firmly in control, get to grips with the latest planning and building regulations, and complete your project on time and within budget.

Vernacular Industrialism in ChinaVernacular Industrialism in China



In contrast, the technological compendia and household manuals of the 1930s struck a more cautionary tone. These later publications continued to promote industrial and domestic science as the foundation for China's commercial and by ...

Author: Eugenia Lean

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231550338

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In early twentieth-century China, Chen Diexian (1879–1940) was a maverick entrepreneur—at once a prolific man of letters and captain of industry, a magazine editor and cosmetics magnate. He tinkered with chemistry in his private studio, used local cuttlefish to source magnesium carbonate, and published manufacturing tips in how-to columns. In a rapidly changing society, Chen copied foreign technologies and translated manufacturing processes from abroad to produce adaptations of global commodities that bested foreign brands. Engaging in the worlds of journalism, industry, and commerce, he drew on literati practices associated with late-imperial elites but deployed them in novel ways within a culture of educated tinkering that generated industrial innovation. Through the lens of Chen’s career, Eugenia Lean explores how unlikely individuals devised unconventional, homegrown approaches to industry and science in early twentieth-century China. She contends that Chen’s activities exemplify “vernacular industrialism,” the pursuit of industry and science outside of conventional venues, often involving ad hoc forms of knowledge and material work. Lean shows how vernacular industrialists accessed worldwide circuits of law and science and experimented with local and global processes of manufacturing to navigate, innovate, and compete in global capitalism. In doing so, they presaged the approach that has helped fuel China’s economic ascent in the twenty-first century. Rather than conventional narratives that depict China as belatedly borrowing from Western technology, Vernacular Industrialism in China offers a new understanding of industrialization, going beyond material factors to show the central role of culture and knowledge production in technological and industrial change.

Rethinking ClassRethinking Class



It follows from the relatively local origins of these manual worker respondents that they tended to have close family ties in the area. ... Although Cheadle's housing stock – 1930s semi-detached houses – is different from the ...

Author: Fiona Devine

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9780230214545

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Page: 229

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Edited by leading British sociologists of stratification, this book advances contemporary debates in class analysis. It draws on current theoretical debates in sociology and considers the implications of the cultural turn for the study of class. It brings together the very latest empirical work on contemporary topics such as culture, identities and lifestyles undertaken by researchers from Britain, Germany, the Netherlands and Australia. It will be required reading for those committed to pushing the boundaries of class and stratification in new and exciting directions around the world.

Pots of PromisePots of Promise



POLITICS , COMMUNITY , AND MODERNISM IN THE 19205 AND 1930S could foster creativity while offering the practical rewards of ... Like many Hull - House classes , manual training classes segregated boys and girls and reserved the " soft ...

Author: Cheryl Ganz

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252071972

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Page: 128

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Exploring the untold stories of Hull-House arts programs in the 1920s and 1930s and the pottery program at the commercial Hull-House Kilns, Pots of Promise also addresses the story of Mexicans in Chicago and the history of Hull-House in the years when Jane Addams increasingly turned her attention beyond the settlement house she had co-founded. This book is the first on the Hull-House Kilns; it examines Mexicans in the Hull-House colonia, Chicago's largest Mexican settlement. Pots of Promise includes 131 color and black-and-white photographs, many of them previously unpublished, and four essays.

Urban and Regional PlanningUrban and Regional Planning



It was actually easier for the average clerical or skilled manual worker to buy a house in the 1930s than it is in the more affluent Britain of 80 years later. Figure 2.4 A house-agent's advertisement of the early 1930s.

Author: Peter Hall

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351261869

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This is the sixth edition of the classic text for students of geography and urban and regional planning. It gives an historical overview of the changes in cities and regions and in the development of the theory and practice of planning throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. The extensively revised edition now incorporates new material on European issues, as well as updated country-specific sections and the impact of recession. Specific references are made to the most important British developments in recent times, including new towns, neo-liberalism, the devolution to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and to cities and combined authorities, the role of infrastructure and high-speed rail, the impact of austerity, neighbourhood planning, Brexit and the continual story of the north–south divide. A chapter on United States planning discusses the continuing trends of urban dispersal and social polarisation, the treatment of climate change, the rise of edge cities and the decline of rustbelt cities, as well as initiatives in new urbanism, land use planning and transportation policies. Finally, the book looks to discuss the main issues that are likely to impact on future forms of planning in the 2020s, including digitisation, automation, sustainability and social polarisation. Urban and Regional Planning will be invaluable to undergraduate as well as postgraduate Planning students. It will prove useful in a variety of built environment areas such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Real Estate, where planning is taught.

Health in Hard TimesHealth in Hard Times



This street also housed almost exclusively those in manual trades. In contrast, Manor House Terrace in suburban Hartburn was a much 'younger' area. By the 1930s this was a predominantly 'middle-class' area, with fewer manual workers and ...

Author: Bambra, Clare

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781447344858

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How has austerity impacted on health and wellbeing in the UK? Health in hard times explores its repercussions for social inequalities in health. The result of five years of research, the book draws on a case study of Stockton-on-Tees in the north-east of England, home to some of the starkest health divides. By placing individual and local experiences in the context of national budget cuts and welfare reforms, it provides a holistic perspective on countrywide inequalities. Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence and edited by a leading expert, this is an important book for anyone seeking to understand one of today’s most significant determinants of health.

The Building Society PromiseThe Building Society Promise



In 1921, 24 per cent of borrowers in the society were classified as either skilled or semi-skilled manual workers, ... an Oldham cotton piercer who had bought a home in the 1930s, recalled: a big signpost ... said: 'Own your Own House.

Author: Antoninus Samy

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191091766

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The permanent building societies of England grew from humble beginnings as a multitude of small and localized institutions in the nineteenth century to become the dominant players in the house mortgage market by the inter-war period. Throughout the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, the movement cultivated an image of being a champion of home ownership for the working classes, but housing historians have questioned whether building societies really lived up to this claim. This study fills a major gap in the historiography of the movement by investigating the class profile of building society members, and how the design of different building societies affected their accessibility, efficiency, and risk-taking practices between 1880 and 1939. These themes are explored using case studies of several building societies from this period and drawing upon extensive archival records. The Building Society Promise shows that building societies did lend to working-class households before the First and Second World Wars, with some societies showing a greater commitment to working-class home ownership than others. What ultimately affected the outreach of individual societies was the quality of information they possessed, which in turn was largely determined by the types of agency networks they used to find and select borrowers. The phenomenal growth of some of these institutions in the inter-war period, however, and the ensuing competition which emerged between them, brought about profound changes in their firm structure which impaired their ability to reach out to lower-income households as efficiently as before. The findings of this research are relevant to both past and present debates about the optimal design of financial institutions in overcoming social exclusion in credit markets, and the deleterious effects that firm growth, market competition, and managerial self-interest can have on their performance and stability.

The Random House HandbookThe Random House Handbook



1 Elizabeth Kendall , The Runaway Bride : Hollywood Romantic Comedy of the 1930s ( New York : Knopf , 1990 ) 107 . ? Mira Liehm and Antonin J. Liehm , The Most Important Art : Soviet and Eastern European Film after 1945 ( Berkeley : U ...

Author: Frederick C. Crews

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

ISBN: UOM:39015041608038

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The elegantly written RANDOM HOUSE HANDBOOK, 6/e, offers a comprehensive guide to writing and style, as well as special applications.

American Civilian Counter terrorist ManualAmerican Civilian Counter terrorist Manual



... says the group grew out of an organization in Bulgaria in the 1930s and 1940s that was 'pro-Nazi and pro-Fascist'. Docheff, age 83, is semi-retired from GOP activity ...the National Front is now represented by Radi Slavoff, ...

Author: Alan Allen

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466981829

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(Spring 2010) This historical novel finds President Reagan at odds with his daughter, Vice President, White House Staff and Cabinet as Ronnie and Nancy try to do the best acting of their lives to leave the White House, alive. (unabridged edition) Our most loved and hated President after Kennedy and before Obama, Ronnie struggles to defeat the ‘Evil Empire’ and not lose his mind to Alzheimer’s dementia. Can he still trust Bill Casey and George Bush, George Shultz, Selwa Roosevelt and Mike Deaver? Can Ronnie find out who's pulling his strings? A fervent anti-Communist and Nazi hater praised by his wife Nancy and ultra-conservatives, groomed by Bechtel Corporation since 1950 and sold StarWars by Dick Cheney and Paul Nitze during the most scandal-ridden presidency in American history, daughter Patti, college students and flower children despised Reagan for supporting the Vietnam War and Contra death squads and felt the Reagan-Bush Administration was run by Nazis. As it turns out, it was. This historical novel documents the foreign policy, national security and monetary policies of the Reagan-Bush Administration were run by Nazis thru the life of character Reinhard Gehlen, Hitler’s chief of Foreign Armies East intelligence, whom Dulles hired to run and train CIA as Freikorps Nazi deathsquad torturers, terrorists and assassins who then trained the Contras ...that Gehlen was later handled by Bill Casey (Ronnie's campaign manager) then George Bush (Ronnie's vice president) to fight, exaggerate and invent the Cold War in order to capture the Russian Baku oil fields. Based on autobiographies of the Reagan family, Cabinet, and White House Staff, the 650-page book includes a 250-page epilog of documentation and a 50-pg researchers' index, footnotes, and an extensive appendix including charts from: Staff Report, Committee on Banking, Currency & Housing, House of Representatives, 94th Congress, 2d session, Aug. 1976 -- Federal Reserve Directors, a Study of Corporate & Banking Influence. The charts trace from 1913 to present the family dynasties of the private owners and interlocking directorate of the Federal Reserve Bank and other G-8 central banks (the World Order and New World Order) whom Bill Casey, George Shultz, the Bushes, bin Ladens, Thyssens, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Browns, Harrimans and Reinhard Gehlen worked for and against whose family ancestors the American Revolution was fought and whose family decendents today continue to dominate the financial, political, economic, and bailout and foreclosure landscape with financial terrorism. Additionally, the historical novel follows the family dynasties of the private owners of the interlocking directorate of the Fed/G8 including Bank of England and Bundesbank and other central banks involved in the American Revolution of 1776, the American Civil War, the depressions in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the founding of the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank in 1913, WWI, the financing of the Bolshevik party from New York and thru Ruskombank which supplied U.S. technology and weapons and military vehicles to communist Russia who supplied them to the Viet Cong to kill Americans. Appendices also document the previously hypothesized money-issuing class that prints and owns our money that rules the upper class, middle class, working class, and unemployed classes. The appendix also includes documentation of the Clinton-era involvement with HUD corruption when Bill was Governor and Hillary was a HUD attorney. HUD sold billions of dollars of foreclosed properties in East L.A. at ten cents on the dollar to the Fed-founded Dillion-Read bank. Ronnie was advised about the marriage of the oil and illegal drug industries, and the case by the European Union and Central and South American countries against Reynolds Tobacco for laundering heroin and cocaine profits with Camel Cigarettes.

Empathic SpaceEmpathic Space



Exhaustive Enumeration of Small Rectangular Plans Local Government Board, Manual on the Preparation of ... The two 'ideal' plans most frequently built in the 1930s are shown in bold outline. detached houses were built in England.

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119021612

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In recent years, questions of space have gained renewed momentum inarchitecture and urban design, as adaptation, densification andsustainable regeneration have become an increasing priority. Whilemost computing-based design tends to emphasise the formal aspectsof architecture, overlooking space and its users, the‘original’ computational design approaches firstspearheaded in the UK in the 1960s and 1970s tended to be focusedon behavioural and occupational patterns. Over the last decade, anew generation of design research has emerged that has started toimplement and validate previous investigations into spatialcomputation, aiming to understand how to design spatialconfigurations based on user experiences. This revives an interestin the experiential that was first explored in the early 20thcentury by German and Nordic organic architects, who inventeddesign methods that correlated cognitive responses of buildings'occupants to spatial structure. The current revival ofhuman-centric design, however, represents the first design approachthat synthesises spatial design and algorithmic techniques withorganic design thinking, which could also be regarded as a returnto the ‘first principles' of architectural design. Contributors include: Paul Coates, Christian Derix, Olafur Eliasson, Lucy Helme, BillHillier, Åsmund Izaki, Prarthana Jagannath, Dan Montello,Juhani Pallasmaa, Philip Steadman and Guy Theraulaz. Featured Architects/Designers: Jussi Ängeslevä (Art+Com), Stan Allen, Aedas|R&D,Markus Braach (Kaisersrot), Hermann Hertzberger, Kazuhiro Kojima(Cat), Pablo Miranda and Rafi Segal.

The Politics of Domestic Authority in Britain since 1800The Politics of Domestic Authority in Britain since 1800



It is only necessary to revisit the extract above from a household manual to realise that to be 'ruled' by one's servants smacked of 'lower-class' status and an immature inability to elicit the deference due to a certain social standing ...

Author: L. Delap

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230250796

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Page: 291

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This collection of essays explores the broad range of influences which have shaped the distribution of authority within British homes and families - religion, commercial advertising, governments, welfare professionals, medical experts, psychologists and the law.

Material Culture in AmericaMaterial Culture in America



House, Home, and Domesticity (with provisions remaining for Alaska home- steading until 1986), more than two million people had filed claims ... The problems cited in these publications worsened during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Author: Helen Sheumaker

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576076477

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Presents more than two hundred alphabetic entries that cover the history of American material culture, including such topics as adolescence, mourning, graphic design, Art Deco, and gay consumerism.

The Thought WarThe Thought War



The police in-house manual cited a small 1918 rice riot that began in Toyama prefecture,a rural west-coast region,that ... performances and lectures on the home front.24 By the mid 1930s police officers developed a new ethos concerning ...

Author: Barak Kushner

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824832087

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His research is the first of its kind to treat propaganda as a profession in wartime Japan.The Thought War will be important for not only students of Japanese history and culture but also those interested in comparative studies of World War II and the increasingly popular propaganda studies of the United States, Nazi Germany, Stalin's Russia, and the United Kingdom."--BOOK JACKET.