Charles Madge and mass-observation are at home: from anthropology to war, and after

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2001 Number 44

Charles Madge and mass-observation are at home: from anthropology to war, and after
Nick Hubble, pages -

Abstract

One of the few constants of Madge’s varied career from 1932 to the late 1970s was his interest in the environment of the working-class home. His work on Mass-Observation, his economic research with Keynes, and his town planning work as Social Development Officer at Stevenage, can be seen as part of a continuous development in which each setback is met with a change of tactics, geared towards the same overarching strategic aim of the transformation of society.

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Nick Hubble, (2001) Charles Madge and mass-observation are at home: from anthropology to war, and after, New Formations, 2001(44), -

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