Popular recreation

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Popular Recreation
pre industrial sports and past times mainly associated with the lower class. This term could also refer to the most popular past times at that time
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Rational Recreation
Civilised and organised sports and pastimes of post-industrial Britain (ie. after 1800)
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Industrial Revolution
The transformation of society from a rural agricultural system to an urban factory system
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Nineteenth century public schools
old, established , fee paying schools dominated by upper and middle class boys (and later girls)
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Spartan
poor or basic living standards. With regard to public schools, an environment where younger children were treated severely by masters and older boys
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State (primary) schools
schools for junior aged children funded by the government. State education began in britain following the (forster) education act of 1870
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Restoration
In 1660 the army asked Charles 1st' son Charles y
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Rational Recreation

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Civilised and organised sports and pastimes of post-industrial Britain (ie. after 1800)

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Industrial Revolution

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Nineteenth century public schools

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Spartan

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