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Author: Richard Hingley

territories. new forms of living emerged during the first century that adopted innovations which spread as a result of the interna- tional contacts brought about through the incorporation of people into the empire. it is important, however, that, although these ways of life formed a response to imperial

In: A Companion to Roman Imperialism
Author: Marion Pluskota

house on the place Ste Catherine, St Nicolas parish, where her daughters worked as prostitutes. In 1761, La Couillaud was sentenced to a house of correction for six months after being denounced by her neighbours for living a debauched life and disturbing the peace in an apartment on rue du Bois

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In: Selling Sex in the City: A Global History of Prostitution, 1600s-2000s
Author: Marion Pluskota

house on the place Ste Catherine, St Nicolas parish, where her daughters worked as prostitutes. In 1761, La Couillaud was sentenced to a house of correction for six months after being denounced by her neighbours for living a debauched life and disturbing the peace in an apartment on rue du Bois

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In: Selling Sex in the City: A Global History of Prostitution, 1600s-2000s
Author: Antoon Vrints

a crucial role in living together between neighbours, is significant in this regard. The relatively high proportion of cases of violence in the shop is in line with research findings into the spatial dimension of social life in a French working-class quartier : daily shopping was predominantly a

In: The Theatre of the Street
Author: Emma Whipday

represented as the province of his neighbours. Neighbourhood was defined, as now, as a community living in close physical proximity; yet it could also be used as a mass noun describing neighbours (a sense now obsolete); as an abstract noun with an implied value judgement (as in “neighbourly behaviour”); or

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In: News in Early Modern Europe
Author: Antoon Vrints

States, Goffman is struck by the way people unconsciously respect a whole series of rules in order to facilitate living together in the public space. For example, strangers in a lift avoid eye contact and physical contact as much as possible. Such rules of behaviour prevent public life from being

In: The Theatre of the Street

public education—partly as a weapon in a struggle against the clergy, who up until then had dominated intellectual life and were seen by the imperial government as the only romanian representa- tives worth dealing with; but also as an instrument for social change and as the basis for ideas of progress

In: The Traditions of Invention
Author: Laura Branch

common profit which lightens up the glory of God. 1 But how far was the merchant to live a godly life? As noted, contemporaries perceived a link between merchants and the adoption of Protestantism from the earliest days of religious change, and scholars have likewise debated the validity of the

In: Faith and Fraternity

territory’, with the right to use all methods (no. 8);5 ‘no one who is not by descent and blood a member of the Croat nation can decide on Croat state and national matters in an independent Croat state’ (no. 11); the peasantry is not only ‘the base and the source of all life, rather it itself

In: The Racial Idea in the Independent State of Croatia
Author: Antoon Vrints

increased, right when the idea of homeliness was achieving its final breakthrough among the elite and social middle groups. For them, street life continued very much alive for a long time yet: in cheek-by-jowl living conditions, active participation in informal neighbourhood networks had a very functional

In: The Theatre of the Street