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Social structure and mobility in sixteenth-century London
Steve Lee Rappaport
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support the contention that the opportunities Social structure and mobility in sixteenth-century London book social mobility in sixteenth-century London were considerable. Apprenticeship was the means by which seven of every eight men became freemen of London and members of the livery companies.
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60 In the mid-sixteenth century between a fifth and a quarter of the number of young men admitted as apprentices were recorded as new freemen; in the s the proportion of new freemen to the no.
of apprentices annually registered was %, in the s–%; and in the s–%.Cited by: These quantitative changes are, however, commonly accompanied by vast changes in the social structure--markets emerge, political bureaucracies arise, and new educational systems appear.
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Contrary to the views of some Marxists, we are firmly convinced that social mobility is not a 'bourgeois problematic'. We believe that, given certain preconditions, mobility processes may contribute significantly to the effective functioning of a socialist socio-economic system. In this respect they have great potential but the effective utilization of that potential is by: History of Europe - History of Europe - The emergence of modern Europe, – The 16th century was a period of vigorous economic expansion.
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