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eBook Population and Society in Norway 1735-1865 (Cambridge Studies in Economic History) download ISBN: 0521073197
Author: Michael Drake
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1St Edition edition (February 2, 1969)
Language: English
Pages: 276
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In this detailed study of population change in Norway in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Dr Drake has assembled a great deal of literary and statistical material.

In this detailed study of population change in Norway in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Dr Drake has assembled a great deal of literary and statistical material. He pays particular attention to the interplay between marriage, economic conditions, social custom and fertility. Series: Cambridge Studies in Economic History. Hardcover: 276 pages. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.

Published online by Cambridge University Press: 03 February 2011. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Economic History.

Population and Society in Norway, 1735-1865. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1969. Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. 2. ISBN 0-521-07319-7. Mardal, Magnus A. "Eilert Waldemar Preben Ramm". In Bolstad, Erik (e. Retrieved 6 November 2019.

Population history, however, is more for the numerate than the literate, since numbers, not words, are the basic although .

Population history, however, is more for the numerate than the literate, since numbers, not words, are the basic although, of course, not the only material. 5. A copy of the census schedule together with the instructions to the enumerators is in Wessel Berg, Kongelige rescripter, resolutioner og collegial-breve for Norge i tidsrummet 1660-1813, IV, 1797-1813 (Christiania, 1845), pp. 273-80.

Volume 2 Issue 2. Population and Society in Norwa. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 31 July 2008. Journal of Biosocial Science. Export citation Request permission.

Автор: Drake Название: Population and Society in Norway 1735–1865 .

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Cambridge Studies in Economic History. 21% off. Population and Society in Norway 1735-1865. By (author) Michael Drake. In this detailed study of population change in Norway in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Dr Drake has assembled a great deal of literary and statistical material. The book also introduces English readers to the writings of Eilert Sundt, a very productive pioneer sociologist whose important work of the 1850s and 1860s is little known outside Scandinavia.

Bibliographic Details  . Book Description: In this detailed study of population change in Norway in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Dr Drake has assembled a great deal of literary and statistical material.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Cambridge University Press, London. Publication Date: 1969. Binding: Half-Leather.

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In this detailed study of population change in Norway in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Dr Drake has assembled a great deal of literary and statistical material. He pays particular attention to the interplay between marriage, economic conditions, social custom and fertility. The book also introduces English readers to the writings of Eilert Sundt, a very productive pioneer sociologist whose important work of the 1850s and 1860s is little known outside Scandinavia. Malthus's work, by comparison, is shown to be much less reliable. As Dr Drake demonstrates, remarkably reliable and comprehensive demographic statistics are available in Norway in the century before industrialization. This case study is therefore a valuable contribution to the debate amongst historians on the demographic characteristics of the pre-industrial west and the links between population change and industrialization. His conclusions are also clearly relevant to the current international discussion on the relationship between population change and economic and social conditions in under developed countries.