This bibliography was created with the assistance of Victorian Database on a CD-ROM, 1970-1995, which was produced at the University of Alberta.
Benson, Ian, and John Lloyd. New Technology and Industrial Change: The Impact of the Scientific-Technical Revolution on Labour and Industry. London: Kogan Page/ New York: Nichols Pub 1983.
Berg, Maxine. "What Difference Did Women's Work Make to the Industrial Revolution?" History Workshop 1993 (35/spr) 22-44.
Berlanstein, Lenard R., ed. The Industrial Revolution and Work in Nineteenth-Century Europe London: Routledge, 1992.
Cohen, Marjorie."Changing Perceptions of the Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Female Labor." International Journal of Women's Studies. 1984 (7) 291-305.
Fleischman, Richard K. Conditions of Life Among the Cotton Workers of Southeastern Lancashire During the Industrial Revolution, 1780-1850. New York: Garland 1985.
Glen, Robert. Urban Workers in the Early Industrial Revolution. London: Croom Helm/ New York: St. Martin's P 1983.
Hopkins, Eric. "Working Hours and Conditions During the Industrial Revolution: A Re-Appraisal." Economic History Review. 1982 (35) 52-66.
Laqueur, Thomas W. "Literacy and Social Mobility in the Industrial Revolution in England." Past & Present 1974 (64) 96-107.
Lindert, Peter H., and Williamson, Jeffrey G. "English Workers' Living Standards During the Industrial Revolution: A New Look." Economic History Review. 1983 (36) 1-25.
Nardinelli, Clark. Child Labor and the Industrial Revolution. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 1990.
Nardinelli, Clark. "Were Children Exploited During the Industrial Revolution?" Research in Economic History. 1988 (11) 243-276.
Sanderson, Michael. "Literacy and Social Mobility in the Industrial Revolution in England: A Rejoinder." Past & Present 1974 (64) 108-112.
Stearns, Peter N., and Walkowitz, Daniel J., ed. Workers in the Industrial Revolution. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Bks, 1974.
Taylor, Arthur J., ed. The Standard of Living in Britain in the Industrial Revolution. London: Methuen/ New York: Barnes & Noble, 1975.
Thomis, Malcolm Ian. The Town Labourer and the Industrial Revolution. London: Batsford/ New York: Barnes & Noble, 1974.
- The Industrial Revolution -- Economic Factors and Contexts
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- The Industrial Revolution, Education, and Literacy
- The Industrial Revolution and Social History
- Individual Industries and the Industrial Revolution
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