ウォリントン・アカデミー (1757-86年) の学生たち : 社会的出自、学生生活、進路についての分析
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The Students of the Warrington Academy 1757-86 : the Analysis on Their Origins, Life in the Academy and Social Status
In 1757 the Warrington Academy founded as one of the voluntary associations which were founded in Eighteenth-Century and Nineteenth-Century in great numbers. This paper's aim is to reveal on 396 students from the variety views. Most of the students were sons of richer men (peers, gentry, marchants, bankers and professions). The students came from many parts of England, domantions and colonies and to the academy from 10 to 22 years old. The Warrington Academy offered two courses, one was the regular course for the students intended for any of learned professions for five years, other was for the students for designed for life of public business or commerce for three years. But both of students mainly left for one or two years. After the students left the academy, most of the students became busines men and professions. And some of the students went to the Universities including Oxbridge. The Warrington Academy was a place to educate young men intended for professions and designed for a life of commerce ; indeed, had produced the professions and business men ; had produced some people who had the power in their countries.
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域