|Module Title||CLASS AND CULTURE: SOCIETY IN BRITAIN 1800 - 1990|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Richard G Coopey|
|Semester||Intended for use in future years|
|Next year offered||N/A|
|Next semester offered||N/A|
|Other staff||Professor William D Rubinstein|
|Mutually Exclusive||HY31420 , HY31720|
|Course delivery||Lecture||18 Hours|
|Seminars / Tutorials||4 Hours 2 x 2 hours|
a) Familiar with a body of historical knowledge in the field of British social and economic history. In particular students will confront and critically assess the idea of class, in the context of British history since 1800, and be aware of the debates surrounding class and culture. Students will familiar with a range of thematic developments including the history of sport and leisure, political and institutional representation, the nature of the "ruling class" in Britain and the extent and effect of regionality and multi-cultural change in the post-war period.
b) Familiar with comparative perspectives on the history of class and culture, both between Britain and other countries during this period, and between different classes and regions within Britain.
c) Able to read, analyse and reflect critically on secondary and primary texts
d) Able to gather and sift appropriate items of historical evidence
e) Able to work both independently and collaboratively, and to participate in group discussions (not assessed)
This module is at CQFW Level 6