Class formation in a pastoral society : Bathurst, 1818-1848
The title of this thesis implies that to re-visit Bathurst as a project of historical research is to seek out something which the researcher believes is lacking in the existing written history of Bathurst; in this case, a focus on the role of class. The thesis of this work is that questions of class, i.e. class values, class conflict, class structure and class transformation, Made up a major component of the amalgam of forces involved in the process of social change in the first three...[Show more]
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