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Child abuse and moral reform in England, 1870-1908

by George K. Behlmer

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Child abuse -- England -- History -- 19th century.,
    • England -- Social conditions -- 19th century.,
    • England -- Moral conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGeorge K. Behlmer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV751.E5 B43 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 320 p. ;
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3786960M
      ISBN 100804711275
      LC Control Number81051331

        Lydia Murdoch, Imagined Orphans: Poor Families, Child Welfare and Contested Citizenship in London (New Brunswick & London: ). Louise Jackson, Child Sexual Abuse in Victorian England (London: ). George K Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, (Stanford: ). PDF Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, Download. PDF Clinton & Me Download. Art Artifacts Book,PDF Tricolore fifth edition Teacher's Book 1 (Tricolore 5th Edition) Download: Art. Read Online PDF Tricolore fifth edition Teacher's Book 1 (Tricolore 5th Edition) ePub.

      Four rebels of eighteen-fifty-seven. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Chapter Author(s) G Bhadra Child abuse and moral reform in England, Library availability. View in catalogue Find other formats/editions. Buy from Available to purchase on Pass the Book. Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, (note 1), National Archives of Scotland (NAS hereafter), GD/57/1, Glasgow Branch Reports. Annual Report for Western District for Year Ending Octo , Behlmer, Friends of the Family (note 6), Monica Flegel concludes that the National Society 'depicted Cited by: 8.

      This book analyzes the gendered transformation of magical figures occurring in Arthurian romance in England from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries. Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England Author: Victoria Nagy.   Writing in a book exploring historical perspectives on social policy and the role of voluntary organisations, he asks: eventually, to set up local authority committees to support and care for children. [George Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, , 3 What is the voluntary sector’s distinctive value?


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Bibliographic information. Title: Child Abuse and Moral Reform in. Get this from a library. Child abuse and moral reform in England, [George K Behlmer]. Child abuse and moral reform in England Book Author(s) G K.

Behlmer Date Publisher Stanford U.P. Pub place [Place 1870-1908 book publication not identified] Week Criminology and Sex Crimes Next: Child sexual abuse in Victorian England Previous: The Making and Molding of Child Abuse.

Library availability. View in catalogue Find. Book Reviews GEORGE K. BEHLMER — Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, | MARJORIE CRUICKSHANK — Children and Industry: Child Health and Welfare in North-West Textile Towns During the Nineteenth Century.

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Behlmer. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, viii + pp.; illustrations. $ The Victorian Girl and the Feminine Ideal by Deborah Gorham. Bloom-ington: Indiana University Press, pp.

$ Joan N. Burstyn Rutgers University. 4 For one of the best accounts, see George K. Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ).

See also Behlmer, "Deadly Motherhood: Infanticide and Medical Opinion in Mid-Victorian England," Journal of the History of Medicine and. Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, – Stanford University Press, Behlmer, George Friends of the Family: The English Home and Its Guardians, –Cited by:   George K.

Behlmer did that in Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, – (), and beyond an interesting focus on the figure of the inspector, Flegel has little to add to that admirable book.

What she is interested in is the long process, reaching back into the early eighteenth century, whereby cruelty to children came to be thought. 35 George K. Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, ), pp.

36 Pinchbeck and Hewitt, p. Child abuse and moral reform in England, – By J. Winter Download PDF (0 MB)Author: J. Winter. The Society’s first shelter was opened at 7 Harpur Street in October (George K.

Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, –, ) (Behlmer’s book wrongly has this as 71 Harpur Street) The Society was controversial from the beginning, as were similar attempts to afford legal protection and universal rights to children.

Author(s): Behlmer,George K Title(s): Child abuse and moral reform in England, / George K. Behlmer. Country of Publication: United States Publisher. 4 This particular moment has been discussed specifically by a number of historians: Behlmer, George K., Child abuse and moral reform in England, – (Stanford, Calif., ), ch.

2; Rose, Lionel, Massacre of the innocents: infanticide in Great Britain – (London, ), chs. 9, 11 and 12; Shanley, Mary Lyndon, Feminism. Law & Policy Child Protection - Other bibliographies - in Harvard style.

Child abuse and moral reform in England, 1st ed. Stanford Ca: Stanford University Press. E-book or PDF. Code of Ethics for Social Workers - British Association of Social Work - Birmingham. Law & Policy Child Protection - Other bibliographies - in Harvard style.

Change style These are the sources and citations used to research Law & Policy Child Protection. E-book or PDF. Code of Ethics for Social Workers - British Association of Social Work - Birmingham. In-text: (Code of Ethics for Social Workers, This article examines the first major consolidating piece of child welfare legislation in Britain, the Children Act.

The focus is on the relationship established between child, parent, and state. Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice. 3Major histories of the development of child welfare in Britain include: Hugh Cunningham, The Children of the Poor: Representations of Childhood since the Seventeenth Century (Oxford: Blackwell, ); George K.

Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, – (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ); Harry Hendrick, Child Welfare:Cited by: 4. For these legal reforms within child sexual abuse see: Carol Smart, Regulating Womanhood: Historical Essays on Marriage, Motherhood, and Sexuality (London: Routledge, ); George K.

Behlmer, Child Abuse (n. 1). It may also be noteworthy in this context that fathers remained the legal guardians of their children throughout the nineteenth.G.

K. Behlmer () Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England – (Stanford: Stanford University Press); Google Scholar L. A. Jackson () Child Sexual Abuse in Victorian England (London: Routledge); Google ScholarCited by: 2.

‘An Act for the Better Prevention of Aggravated Assault Upon Women and Children’, 16 Vict. c (); George K. Behlmer, Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ), Cited by: 6.