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In food, drink and tobacco, there was a very marked decline until 1951 followed by a sharp rise in the 1950s (that was to be sustained over successive decades) indicative of the growing leisure market. Construction showed a very volatile pattern of employment, following the economic cycle very closely, with lows in 1921 and 1931, and peaks in 1901 and 1961. 5 Employment by selected sector in Scotland, 1901–61. 1901 Food, drink and tobacco Construction Domestic and personal services Transport and communications Source: 27 1911 152,119 158,746 1921 56,459 1931 45,688 1951 39,151 1961 82,980 136,639 106,539 65,336 64,712 102,117 174,050 201,230 201,066 199,887 238,629 192,121 204,870 163,202 177,731 180,959 195,486 184,175 176,010 Decennial censuses, occupational volumes, 1901–31, 1951 and 1961.
Indd 16 28/1/10 14:29:01 Introduction 17 9. M. de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life (Berkeley, 1984), pp. xiv–xv, 200–3; J. C. Scott, Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts (London, 1990); R. Guha, ‘The prose of counter-insurgency’, in N. B. Dirks, G. Eley and S. B. Ortner (eds), Culture/Power/History: A Reader in Contemporary Social Theory (Princeton, 1994), pp. 335–6, 358, 360, 365. 10. html 11. Highmore, Everyday Life, p. 148. 12. H. Lefebvre, Critique of Everyday Life, vol.
Sources: R. Currie, A. Gilbert and L. Horsley, Churches and churchgoers: patterns of churchgoing in the British Isles since 1700 (Oxford, 1977), pp. 133–5; Church of Scotland Yearbook, 1971–2000; Registrar General (Scotland), Annual Reports, 1900–2000. 4 Church of Scotland communicants as a proportion of Scottish population, 1900–2000. in Scottish civil society. The changes that affected some other Christian churches (notably the Roman Catholic Church) are less easy to follow because of the absence of a membership category.
A history of everyday life in twentieth-century Scotland by Lynn Abrams; Callum G Brown