‘Second Class Bath’ The social life of water and washing provides a way to understand the history of cities. In Liverpool in the midst of a cholera epidemic in 1832, Kitty Wilk…
Source: An Urban Sociology of Water by Les Back
Leading edge Sociology ..
Goldsmiths, University of London
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