This bibliography was created with the assistance of Victorian Database on a CD-ROM, 1970-1995, which was produced at the University of Alberta.
Berg, Maxine. "Women's Property and the Industrial Revolution." Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 199 (24/2) 233-250
Calhoun, Craig. The Question of Class Struggle: Social Foundations of Popular Radicalism During the Industrial Revolution. Chicago: U of Chicago P/ Oxford: Blackwell 1981.
Cunningham, Hugh. Leisure in the Industrial Revolution, c.1780-c.1880. London: Croom Helm/ New York: St Martin's P, 1979.
Fine, Ben, and Leopold, Ellen. "Consumerism and the Industrial Revolution." Social History. 1990 (15/2) 151-179.
Foster, John. Class Struggle and the Industrial Revolution: Early Industrial Capitalism in Three English Towns. New York: St. Martin's P, 1975.
Horrell, Sara, and Humphries, Jane."Old Questions, New Data, and Alternative Perspectives: Families' Living Standards in the Industrial Revolution [1787-1865]." Journal of Economic History c1992 (52/4) 94-89.
Ignatieff, Michael. A Just Measure of Pain: The Penitentiary in the Industrial Revolution 1750-1850. New York: Pantheon Bks/ London: Macmillan 1978.
Inglis, Brian. Poverty and the Industrial Revolution. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1971.
Lane, Roger. "Crime and the Industrial Revolution: British and American Views." Journal of Social History 1974 (7/3) 287-303.
Minge-Kalman, Wanda. "The Industrial Revolution and the European Family: The Industrialization of Childhood as a Market for Family Labor." Comparative Studies in Society and History. 1978 (20) 454-68.
Morris, R.J. Class and Class Consciousness in the Industrial Revolution, 1780-1850. London: Macmillan 1979.
O'Brien, Patrick, and Quinault, Roland, eds. The Industrial Revolution and British Society. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.
Taylor, James Stephen. Poverty, Migration, and Settlement in the Industrial Revolution: Sojourners' Narratives. Palo Alto, CA: Soc for the Promotion of Science & Scholarship, 1989.
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