Changing family size in England and Wales: place, class and demography, 1891–1911

@article{Riley2003ChangingFS,
  title={Changing family size in England and Wales: place, class and demography, 1891–1911},
  author={James C. Riley},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={2003},
  volume={47},
  pages={261 - 263}
}
photography" (pp. 5-6), but most of the argument actually deals with published works. The reader continually stumbles over statements that are challengeable, or entirely too absolute, and tend to vitiate the strengths of the work. Early on, we read that "[t]here is a strict division of labour: it is women who produce perishable bodies, while men make lasting cultural artefacts" (p. 10): not placed as a rhetorical trope evoking question. We are apparently meant to take on bare assertion the… CONTINUE READING
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