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" My object has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery, and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives. "
The Development of Modern Europe: An Introduction to the Study of Current ... - Page 385
by James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - 1908
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Oral History and Delinquency: The Rhetoric of Criminology

James Bennett - Social Science - 1988 - 380 pages
...and crime; no one doubts that it is so. My object has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives" (quoted in Robert E. Park, On Social...
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Some British Empiricists in the Social Sciences, 1650-1900

Richard Stone - Business & Economics - 1997 - 501 pages
...Ol All districts 4 209 170 Oi Inmates of institutions 99830 All London 4 309 ooo numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives.' The basic method he used to do this...
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Sex, Gender and Health

Tessa M. Pollard, Susan Brin Hyatt - Health & Fitness - 1999 - 170 pages
...information (Topalov 1993:398). As he put it: My object has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives. (Booth 1881:277-8, quoted by Topalov...
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Urban Future 21: A Global Agenda for Twenty-first Century Cities

Peter Geoffrey Hall, Ulrich Pfeiffer - Political Science - 2000 - 363 pages
...and crime; no one doubts that it is so. My object has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery, and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives . . . The special difficulty of making...
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Quantifying the World: UN Ideas and Statistics

Michael Ward - Political Science - 2004 - 329 pages
...The Life and Labour of the People in London between 1891 and 1903 was "to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives."3 His concern went beyond an analytical...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 183; Volume 188

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1889
...and crime ; no one doubts that it is so. My object has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery, and depravity, bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives. (Ibid., pp. 5, 6.) Besides these School...
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Britain in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1964

Ernest Edwin Reynolds, N. H. Brasher - Great Britain - 1966 - 375 pages
...better known as Beatrice Webb. The purpose of this vast undertaking was to show 'the numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives'. Booth estimated that 30-7 per cent...
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Britain in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1964

Ernest Edwin Reynolds, N. H. Brasher - Great Britain - 1966 - 375 pages
...better known as Beatrice Webb. The purpose of this vast undertaking was to show 'the numerical relation which poverty, misery and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives'. Booth estimated that 30-7 per cent...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 179

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, Sir John Murray IV, William Macpherson, William Smith, George Walter Prothero, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1894
...have been used. ' My object,' says Mr. Booth,* ' has been to attempt to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery, and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort, and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives.' Throughout Mr. Booth treats his readers...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1891
...The purpose of Mr. Booth in his investigation of East London is " to show the numerical relation which poverty, misery, and depravity bear to regular earnings and comparative comfort and to describe the general conditions under which each class lives." The division of the people into eight...
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