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Author: Leah Leneman,Rosalind Mitchison
ISBN: 1898218897
Subcategory: Europe
Pages 133 pages
Publisher Scottish Cultural Pr; 2nd edition (August 1, 2001)
Language English
Category: History
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eBook Girls In Trouble: Sexuality And Social Control In Rural Scotland 1660-1780 download

by Leah Leneman,Rosalind Mitchison


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Rosalind Mary Mitchison FRSE (11 April 1919 – 19 September 2002) was a 20th-century English historian and academic . Girls in trouble : sexuality and social control in rural Scotland, 1660–1780 with Leah Leneman. Scottish Cultural Press 1998.

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Girls in Trouble: Sexuality and Social Control in Rural Scotland, 1660-1780 (Paperback). Paperback Published: 01/12/1998.

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Rosalind Mitchison; Leah Leneman Sexuality and Social Control: Scotland 1660-1780 (Family, Sexuality, and Social Relations in Past Times). ISBN 13: 9780631150282. Sexuality and Social Control: Scotland 1660-1780 (Family, Sexuality, and Social Relations in Past Times). Rosalind Mitchison; Leah Leneman. They show how, after the Revolution of 1688, Scotland was in effect a theocracy and everyone's movements were controlled by a nationwide network of ministers, elders and informers.

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"Unmarried pregnant women - and the men who caused their pregnancies - were targeted by Scottish church courts determined to maintain a godly society. Drawing on their records, Girls in Trouble looks at illegitimacy patterns in different regions of Scotland, at the attitudes of Church and State, and at the behaviour and expectations of the couples. Individual stories emerge of hardship and generosity, roughness and kindness, revealing a very rural world in which people nevertheless experienced the universal emotions of love, hate, tenderness and defiance."--BOOK JACKET.