Paris Pike (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Test Excavationes at Two Sites Along Paris Pike, Bourbon County, Kentucky (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nancy O'Malley.

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Measuring Modern Discipline: A Re-Examination of Type and Variant Indices Using Ceramics from the Monterey Site in the Central Bluegrass Region of Kentucky (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah L. Rotman. Andrew Bradbury.

Modern discipline encompasses the strategies used under industrial capitalism to regulate work and measure time. E. P. Thompson called them “time routines” and “work discipline.” Mark Leone, building on the work of Thompson and Foucault, developed ceramics formulas for measuring the degree of penetration of these ideas in individual households. Our research tests Leone’s formulas using the ceramic data from the village of Monterey in central Kentucky and diversity indexing. Families of varying...