A reference surveying the major concerns, findings, and terms of social history. The coverage includes major categories within social history (family, demographic transition, multiculturalism, industrialization, nationalism); major aspects of life for which social history has provided a crucial perChanges in dress styles are related to advances in the cutting and fitting of clothes, as in the discovery of goring in the 19th century and the bias cut in ... Fashions in both of the latter have varied over time, with the use of wigs and face paint periodically in vogue. ... These techniques include face lifts, breast implants, and liposuction, or the removal of the bodya#39;s fatty deposits through a suction technique.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Social History|
|Author||:||Peter N. Stearns|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 1993-12-21|