The beginnings of industrialization had an enormous impact on
social conditions, buildings and material culture. "Industrial
Archeology" uses the techniques of mainstream archaeological
excavation, analysis and interpretation to present an enlightening
picture of industrial society. Palmer and Neaverson set out a
coherent methodology for archaeology which expands on and extends
beyond the purely functional analysis of industrial landscapes,
structures and artifacts to explore a broader consideration of
their cultural meaning and value. This volume is an indispensable
and up-to-date guide for undergraduates and postgraduates in
archaeology and heritage management, and will be an essential
handbook for those working in planning departments, and contract
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