Youth between training and work in towns in Brabant and Flanders, 1500-1800: social, cultural, and economic aspects.

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Description

During the early modern period a large share of the urban youth - especial
ly but not exclusively young men - left the parental home to be trained at
a master craftman's workshop with the intention of becoming skilled
artisans and in the hope of astablishing themselves as independent masters
one day. This guil-based apprenticeship system's social, cultural, and
economic aspects and its transformation during the early modern period,
especially the consequences of the convergence - in both spatial and
temporal respects - of learning, working, and living.
AcronymFWOAL114
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/9931/12/02

Keywords

  • Social-cultural history of Modern Age
  • Social-Economic history of Modern Age

Flemish discipline codes

  • History and archaeology
  • Economics and business
  • Pedagogical and educational sciences
  • Learning on the Shop Floor in Historical Perspective

    De Munck, B. & Soly, H., 2007, Apprenticeship from the Middle Ages to Modern Times, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 2004. Munck, B. D., Kaplan, S. & Soly, H. (eds.). Oxford, Berghahn Books, p. 3-34 32 p. (Learning on the Shop Floor. Historical Perspectives on Apprenticeship).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review