Formations of Class and Gender: Becoming Respectable


Beverley Skeggs

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    To Mary Mullaney

    To the women who gave me access to their lives, made this book possible and really questioned me. I will remain grateful always to Mary Mullaney, Karen Smith, Angela Shatwell, Jane Capewell, Sarah Hart, Sue Cliffe, Jane McDowell, Alison Jane Scholtze, Jo Harrap, Michelle Murphy, Julie Dodd, Sue Callary, Marie Allen, Janet Winton, Caroline Brammeld, Michelle Powell, Catherine Tilley, Beverley Vaughan, Diane Gilbert, Michelle Davies, Michelle Kidson, Lynette Hughes, Alicia Drinkwater, Debbie Snell, Pam Clarke, Jackie Hargrove, Carol James, Amanda Jefferies, Babs Naylor, Wendy Owen, Yvonne Worrall, Sharon Worrall, Rachel Cooke, Sue Cottrell, Darren Eyes, Darren Fowles, Ann-Marie Egerton, Kerry Gandy, Kate Evans, Lynne Astles, Andrea Berry, Julie Preen, Louise Potts, Diane Ratcliffe, Andrea Read, Julie Shallcross, Kate Townsend, Shirley Tracey, Elizabeth Wilson, Janice Worrall, Louise Williams, Karen Welch, Sheila Bailey.

    Enormous thanks to those who have read and greatly improved this work – Joe Bristow, Alex Callinicos, Rosemary Deem, Lynne Pearce, Mairtin Mac an Ghaill, Andrew Sayer, Jackie Stacey, Alan Warde, Alison Young. They are amongst the most stimulating, rigorous, generous and enjoyable colleagues and friends any person would ask for. Especial thanks to Celia Lury who not only read and made invaluable contributions but who also covered all my work when I was seriously ill and has been an inspiration and a great friend. To Sara Ahmed, Sarah Franklin and Maureen McNeil for coming to Women's Studies at Lancaster and making it even better. Thanks also to Ann Gray, Christine Griffin, Joanna Hodge, Ellen Seiter, Kathleen Reeve, Jackie Cook and Karen Jennings for great international discussions and information.

    I owe lots to Val Atkinson, Nickie Whitham, Jean Grugel, Pat Kirkham, Joy Castleton, Paula Davis and George Scully for inspiration, sustenance and friendship over a long period of time. Mary Maynard and Denis Gleeson enabled my access to and movement through academia, always providing rigorous critique and inspiration, as did my first colleagues Erica Stratta, Kate McDonald and Catherine Neal at Worcester. My students have sustained me over time and helped me to clarify my thoughts. Special thanks to Suzanne Thomas. Thanks also to Robert Rojek at Sage who rescued this project. My very respectable parents have always provided support of many different varieties and I will always be grateful. Amos Zamorski provided the backing track that sustained the isolation of writing – thanks.

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