2 edition of child and urban social reform in late nineteenth century Ontario. found in the catalog.
child and urban social reform in late nineteenth century Ontario.
Terrence Robert Morrison
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 534 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||534|
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In John Bullen’s article, “Hidden Worker: Child Labour and the Family Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century Urban Ontario”, he outlines how influential child labor was to the family, and how school was not as important as a satisfactory home life. Terrence Robert Morrison has written: 'The child and urban social reform in late nineteenth century Ontario' -- subject(s): History, Child welfare, Public welfare, Social reformers Asked in.
Social Reform Victorian-era industrialization created conditions that called out for reform. Child-labour, sexual abuse, poverty-level pay, filthy workplaces, and slum neighbourhoods were made visible by two things: urbanization from the s through to the s (which brought more observers and commentators within reach of factory life) and the Author: John Douglas Belshaw.
Steven Maynard, “‘Horrible Temptations’: Sex, Men and Working-Class Male Youth in Urban Ontario, ,” Canadian Historical Review 2 (June ): ↵ Cindy Blackstock, Wanted: Moral Courage in Canadian Child Welfare,” First Peoples Child & Family Review, (): ↵Author: Georgia Sitara.
Urban Crime, Poverty and Ignorance in Ontario, ," Ph.D. Dissertation (University of Toronto, ); Terrence R. Morrison, "The Child and Urban Social Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Ontario," Ph.D. At the heart of this book is the basic contradiction that a system constructed historically to "save" children, as was the original goal of the so-called child-savers of the late nineteenth century middle-class social reform movement in urban Canada, has failed.
Government Approaches to Child Neglect and Mistreatment in Nineteenth-century Ontario. By the late nineteenth century, Ontario had grown substantially from its modest beginnings as a British colony of ab people years previously.
she portrays child protection as emerging "in the midst of social and moral reform in urban. The History of Ontario covers the period from the arrival of Paleo-Indians thousands of years ago to the present day.
The lands that make up present-day Ontario, the most populous province of Canada as of the early 21st century have been inhabited for millennia by groups of Aboriginal people, with French and British exploration and colonization commencing in the 17th century.
Numerous social welfare organizations sprang up in the United States during the nineteenth century to address concerns about social issues.
Some examples include the New York Society for the Prevention of Pauperism (); Associations for Improving the Conditions of the Poor (the s); various child saving agencies; and the American Social Science Association ().
John Bullen, “Hidden Workers: Child Labour and the Family Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century Urban Ontario” Labour/Le Travail 18 (Fall ), pp. – Odette Vincent Domey, Filles et familles en milieu ouvrier: Hull, Québec à la fin du X!Xe siècle (Montréal: Regroupement des chercheurs-chercheures en histoire des travailleurs et.
The social gospel movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as I have explored in my research, has had a particularly significant impact on Author: Christopher H. Evans. The Bourgeois Order and the ‘Normal’ Child: The Case of Ontario, – and the family economy in late nineteenth-century urban Ontario.
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HV O5 M67 The Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies: / by Marilyn V. McBride. What constitutes a 'normal' child.
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This chapter elaborates on how child saving was thought of and deliberated among the child savers when it emerged in the late nineteenth century.
The main argument is that the theme of moral progress largely framed the English-Canadian discussion of child saving in the period from the s to the s."From Hope to Harris: The Reshaping of Ontario Schools." Toronto: University of Toronto Press, This book chronicles the Ontario education system from the mid-century royal commission, chaired by Justice John Andre Hope that set the post-war educational landscape, to the changes presented by the Harris government at the end of the century.
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