Beatrice Webb




Bibliografie Beatrice Webb

geborene Martha Beatrice Potter, verheiratete Webb; seit 1929 Dame Passfield of Passfield Corner (führte den Titel jedoch nicht); auch: Beatrice Potter Webb; Mrs. Sidney Webb
*Standish House, Gloucestershire 22. Jänner 1858
†Passfield Corner in Liphook, Hampshire 13. April 1943
britische Sozialreformerin, Soziologin und Historikerin



Bücher und Herausgeberschaften
  • (Mitarbeiterin; Beatrice Potter) Labour and life of the people. Edited by Charles Booth. London-Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate 1889-1891, 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: East London. 1889, 598 S.
    • Volume 2: London continued. Appendix to volume 2. 1891, 300 S.
  • (Beatrice Potter) The co-operative movement in Great Britain. London: Sonnenschein 1891 (= Social science series. 33.), viii, 254 S.
  • (Beatrice Potter) Syllabus of a course of lectures on the co-operative movement in Great Britain. London: University Hall 1891, 9 S.
  • (Beatrice Potter, Mrs. Sidney Webb) The relationship between co-operation and trade unionism. Paper read at a conference of trade union officials and co-operators, at Tynemouth, August 15th, 1892. Manchester: Co-operative Union [1892], 16 S.
  • (Beatrice Potter) How best to do away with the sweating system. Paper read at the twenty-fourth annual Congress of Co-operative societies, held at Rochdale, June, 1892. Manchester: Co-operative Union 1892, 16 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The history of trade unionism. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1894, xvi, 558 S. Später erweitert unter dem Titel: History of trade unionism 1666-1920.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) Women and the Factory Acts. London: Fabian Society 1896 (= Fabian tracts. 67.), 15 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Industrial democracy. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1897, 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: Trade union structure. Trade union function. 1897, xxii, 452 S.
    • Volume 2: Trade union function (continued). Trade union theory. Appendices. 1897, 929 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Problems of modern industry. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1898, viii, 286 S.
  • (Herausgeberin) The case for the Factory Acts. Edited by Mrs. Sidney Webb. With a preface by Mrs. Humphrey Ward [i.e. Mary Ward]. London: Richards 1901, xvi, 233 S. Enthält von Beatrice Webb: The economics of factory legislation.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The history of liquor licensing in England principally from 1700 to 1830. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1903, ix, 162 S. Später als Band 11 von: English local government. 1906-1929.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) English local government from the Revolution to the Municipal Corporations Act [seit Band 4: English local government; seit Band 10: (ohne Titel)]. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1906-1929, 11 Bände (davon die beiden letzten aus den Jahren 1903 und 1910 später hinzugerechnet):

    • Volume 1: The parish and the county. 1906, xxv, 664 S.
    • Volume 2: The manor and the borough. Part 1. 1908, viii, 404 S.
    • Volume 3: The manor and the borough. Part 2. 1908, vi S. & S. 405-858.
    • Volume 4: Statutory authorities for special purposes. 1922, vii, 521 S.
    • Volume 5: The story of the king's highway. 1913, x, 279 S.
    • Volume 6: English prisons under local government. With a preface by Bernard Shaw. 1922, lxxvi, 261 S.
    • Volume 7: English poor law history. Part 1: The old poor law. 1927, x, 447 S.
    • Volume 8: English poor law history. Part 2: The last hundred years. Volume 1. 1929, xvi, 468 S.
    • Volume 9: English poor law history. Part 2: The last hundred years. Volume 2. 1929, viii S. & S 469-1085.
    • Volume [10]: English poor law policy. 1910, xv, 379 S.
    • Volume [11]: The history of liquor licensing in England principally from 1700 to 1830. 1903, ix, 176
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Bibliography of road making and maintenance in Great Britain. London: Roads Improvement Association 1906, 35 S. Später von Dorothy Ballen "Revised and enlarged" unter dem Titel: Bibliography of road-making and roads in the United Kingdom.
  • The relation of poor-law medical relief to the public health authorities. Bristol: Wright [1906], 16 S. Separatabdruck aus: Public Health (Bristol), Dezember 1906.
  • (Mitarbeiterin) Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws and Relief of Distress. London: Wyman 1909 (= Command paper. 4499.), xiii, 1238 S. Enthält auch den Minderheitenbericht (Separate Report) von Rev.
    H(enry) Russell Wakefield, Francis Chandler, George Lansbury und Mrs. Sidney Webb (i.e. Beatrice Webb), später unter dem Titel: The Minority report of the Poor law commission. Von dieser zweibändigen Ausgabe erschienen auch Separatausgaben unter dem Titel: (Part I) The break-up of the Poor law, being part one of the Minority report of the Poor Law Commission; (Part II): The public organisation of the labour market, being part two of the Minority report of the Poor Law Commission.
  • (Mit B[eatrice] L[eigh] Hutchins) Socialism and national minimum. By Mrs. Sidney Webb, Miss B.L. Hutchins, and the Fabian Society. London: Fifield 1909 (= The Fabian socialist series. 6.), 91 S. Enthält von Beatrice Webb: The economics of factory legislation.
  • (Mitarbeiterin) The charter of the poor. London: Christian Commonwealth Company 1909, 24 S. Separatabdruck aus: Christian Commonwealth (London) vom 30. Juni 1909.
  • The poor law medical officer and his future. London: National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law 1909, 8 S.
  • A crusade against destitution. [London]: Friend's Social Union [1909], 16 S.
  • (Mrs Sidney Webb) The Minority Report in its relation to public health and the medical profession. (A paper read before the Society of Medical Officers of Health, January 14, 1910.) London: National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law 1910, 23 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The state and the doctor. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1910, xiii, 276 S.
  • A letter [...] to an enquiring friend, describing the principles of the minority report and the work of the National Committee for the Prevention of Destitution. London: [o.V 1910], 8 S.
  • The new crusade against destitution. Being an exposition of the Minority report of the Poor Law Commission. Manchester: National Labour Press 1910, 13 S.
  • The coming of a unified county medical service and how it will affect the voluntary hospital. Glasgow: [ohne Verlagsangabe] 1910, 8 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The prevention of destitution. Syllabus for a course of six lectures. London: National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law 1910, 8 S.
  • Memorandum by the chairman, Mrs. Sidney Webb. Letchworth: Fabian Society 1910, 11 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The prevention of destitution. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1911, vi, 348 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The sphere of voluntary agencies in the prevention of destitution. London: National Committee for the Prevention of Destitution 1911, 46 S.
  • (Mrs Sidney Webb) Complete national provision for sickness. How to amend the Insurance Act. London: National Committee for the Prevention of Destitution 1912, 16 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb; Mrs. Sidney Webb) The labour unrest and the control of industry. Syllabus of a course of six lectures to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Webb at the King's Hall, King Street, Covent Garden, W.C., on Tuesday evenings, beginning October 29th, 1912, at 8:30. p.m. [Letchworth]: Fabian Society 1912, 8 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) What syndicalism means. An examination of the origin and motives of the movement with an analysis of its proposals for the control of industry. Published as a supplement to The Crusade. London: National Committee for the Prevention of Destitution 1912, 19 S.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) Socialism restated. Syllabus for course of six lectures to be given at King's Hall, King Street, Covent Garden, on Tuesday at 8.30 p.m., beginning on October 28th, 1913. [London]: Fabian Society 1913, 7 S.
  • Health of working girls. A handbook for welfare supervisors and others. London: Blackie 1917, 103 S.
  • The medical service in the welfare work at Sakchi. With, Co-operative stores, benefit funds and thrift agencies in the welfare work at Sakchi. [London: ohne Verlagsangabe 1917?], 16 Bl.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) The abolition of the Poor Law. Westminster-London: Fabian Society 1918 (= Fabian tract. 185.), 11 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The principles of the Labour Party. [London: Labour Party 1918] (= Leaflets. 3.), 4 S.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) The wages of men and women. Should they be equal? London: Fabian Society 1919, 79 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) A constitution for the socialist commonwealth of Great Britain. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1920, xviii, 364 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The consumers' co-operative movement. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1921, xv, 504 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The decay of capitalist civilisation. Westminster: Fabian Society, and Allen and Unwin 1923, 182 S.
  • My apprenticeship. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1926, xii, 389 S. Zur Fortsetzung siehe: Our partnership. 1948.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) The English poor law, will it endure? London: Oxford University Press 1928 (= Barnett House papers. 11.), 32 S.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) The discovery of the consumer. London: Benn 1928 (= Self and society booklets. 3.) 32 S.
  • The English poor law. Will it endure? Sidney Ball lecture, November 21, 1927. London: Oxford University Press 1928 (= Barnett House papers. 11.), 32 S.
  • (Mrs. Sidney Webb) A new reform bill. London: Fabian Society 1931 (= Fabian tract. 236.), 22 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Methods of social study. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1932, vii, 263 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Soviet communism. A new civilisation? Private subscription edition printed by the authors for the members and students of the Workers' Educational Association and the Workers' Education Trade Union Committee. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1935, 2 Bände in einem:

    • Volume 1. 1935, xix, 528 S.
    • Volume 2. 1935, S. 529-1174.
    • Auszug: Soviet communism. Dictatorship or democracy? London: Left Review 1936, 32 S.
    • Auszug (Epilogue): Is Soviet communism a new civilisation? London: Left Review 1936, 30 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The truth about soviet Russia. With a preface on the Webbs by Bernard Shaw and a summary of the constitution and working of soviet communism: A new civilisation by Beatrice Webb. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green [1942], vii, 79 S.
  • Our partnership. Edited by Barbara Drake [and] Margaret
    I[sable] Cole. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1948, xiii, 543. Fortsetzung von: My apprenticeship. 1926.
  • Beatrice Webb's diaries, 1912-1924. Edited by Margaret I[sable] Cole. With an introduction by [William Henry] Lord Beveridge. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1952, xxvi, 272 S.
  • Beatrice Webb's diaries, 1924-1932. Edited and with an introduction by Margaret I[sable] Cole. London-New York, N.Y.-Bombay: Longmans, Green 1956, xxv, 327 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Education for national efficiency. The contribution of Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Edited by
    E[dward] J[ames] T[erence] Brennan. London: Athlone Press 1975, 208 S. Werkauswahl.
  • The diary of Beatrice Webb 1873-1943. Typescript. Cambridge / Teaneck, N.J.: Chadwyck-Healey / Somerset House 1978, 237 Mikrofilme. Vgl. Index to the diary of Beatrice Webb, 1873-1943. Compiled by Archive Arrangement Routledge Associates. With introductions by Margaret Cole, Geoffrey Allen, and Norman MacKenzie, and a chronology of the lives of the Webbs. Cambridge / Teaneck, N.J.: Chadwyck-Healey / Somerset House 1978, unpaginiert (157 Seiten).
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) The letters of Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Edited by Norman MacKenzie. Published in co-operation with the London School of Economics and Political Science. Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, London School of Economics and Political Science 1978, 3 Bände:
    • Volume 1: Apprenticeships, 1873-1892. 1978, xx, 453 S.
    • Volume 2: Partnership, 1892-1912. 1978, xv, 405 S.
    • Volume 3: Pilgrimage, 1912-1947. 1979, xii, 482 S.
  • (Mit Sidney Webb) Beatrice & Sidney Webb at the Trades Hall, Adelaide, 1898. Mosman, N.S.W.: Pump Press 1978 (= Pump Press pamphlet. 15.), 7 S.
  • The diary of Beatrice Webb. Edited by Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie. Volume 4: 1924-1943, "The wheel of life". London: Virago, London School of Economics and Political Science 1985, unpaginiert (544 S.).






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  Adorno, Theodor W.

  Aron, Raymond

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