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In a pre-industrial society it was inevitable that some proportion of priests' sons would adopt their father's profession because there was no real estate to inherit, but there was access to education and training for the priesthood.
Here the Romantic construction of the child as natural philosopher joined with evolutionary eschatology to equate juvenile innocence with the simpler social relations of the pre-industrial society associated with fairy tales, celebrating empathy, communal fellowship and uncorrupted nature.
Because Middle-earth is a pre-industrial society, all of the props were designed to appear handmade and unique.
Boyce often refers to, but could have discussed more systematically, pre-industrial society and relies on older works for his conception of that society.
And not only was Greece off limits: Foucault's larger point was that we have no right to impose contemporary notions of "gay" or "homosexual" on the belief systems of any pre-industrial society.
But unlike some historians who celebrate the competitive commercial economy of pre-industrial society, Weise posits a darker side, arguing that this republican ideology of independence made Appalachians vulnerable to exploitation by railroad, timber and coal companies when they begin to develop the region in the late nineteenth century.
A co-operative, self-sufficient, pre-industrial society developed with its own language and rich cultural traditions.
In the late 1970s he began working on early modern elites, publishing Rzadzacy i rzadzeni (Governing and Governed, 1986), an analysis of the different systems of government in late medieval and early modern Europe, followed by Klientela (1994), a study of the relations between patrons and clients in the pre-industrial society.
The industrialized nations, the "North," have all experienced the demographic transition from the historically high birthrate, high death-rate of pre-industrial society, through a second stage of rapid population growth with high birthrate but increasing life expectancy, to the present stage with birthrates at or below the replacement level of 2.
This cluster of three Anglo-American ecotopias, in contrast to Morris and Blatchford, constitutes a turn from the prophetic vision of the future--the utopia of time--to the utopia of place, the pre-industrial society insulated, at least initially, from the catastrophes of contemporary Euro-American influence.
When accused of this, it is hard not to feel like a buffoon, like someone who's advocating a return to feudalism or some pre-industrial society.
Using a matter-energy-information model, Spies traced the changes that have occurred as the world has moved from a pre-industrial society to today's postindustrial society, which is dominated by knowledge and educational systems.