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Demchenko . S. Attitude towards children in the English factories in the first half of the XIX century (based on reports and memories of contemporaries). Izvestiya of Saratov University. New series. Series History. International Relations, 2014, vol. 14, iss. 1, pp. 52-?.


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Attitude towards children in the English factories in the first half of the XIX century (based on reports and memories of contemporaries)

Abstract

In this article author tries to review and set on the basis of reports of parliamentary committees and workers memories, what was the attitude towards children working in the industry in England the first half of the XIX century. The author comes to the conclusion that the children were corporeal punished. In one case, they stimulate the work of children in the other - carrying a sadistic character, brought pleasure to those who struck the victim.

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