Gareth Stedman Jones. Outcast London.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

Gareth Stedman-Jones. Outcast London: A Study in the Relationship Between Classes in Victorian Society.

Oxford University Press, 1971.

Reediciones: 1976 (Londres, Penguin), 1984 (Penguin), 2013 (Londres, Verso).

CONTENTS

PREFACE TO THE 2013 EDITION

PREFACE TO THE 1984 EDITION

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

PART I

THE LONDON LABOUR MARKET AND THE CASUAL LABOUR PROBLEM

1 – London as an Industrial Centre

2 – Seasonality of Production

3 – Casual Labour: Numbers and Occupations

4 – The Structure of the Casual Labour Market

5 – The Development of the Casual Labour Market in East London

6 – Casual Labour and Rural Immigration: the Theory of Urban Degeneration

7 – The Crisis of the Inner Industrial Perimeter

PART II

HOUSING AND THE CASUAL POOR

8 – The Transformation of Central London

9 – The Search for a Palliative before 1875

10 – Cleansing the Augean Stables

11 – The Housing Crisis in the 1880s

PART III

MIDDLE-CLASS LONDON AND THE PROBLEM OF THE CASUAL POOR

12 – Prologue

13 – The Deformation of the Gift: the Problem of the 1860s

14 – The Economics of ‘Demoralization’

15 – ‘Moralizing’ the Casual Poor

16 – From ‘Demoralization’ to ‘Degeneration’: the Threat of Outcast London

17 – The Impact of the Dock Strike

18 – Epilogue: The Casual Poor in the Age of Imperialism

19 – Postscript: Socialism and the Casual Poor

APPENDIX 1: Notes on the Reclassification of the 1861 and 1891 Censuses into Social and Industrial Groupings

APPENDIX 2: Statistical Tables, Charts, and Figures

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