By Pamela Odih
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Nevertheless, an often neglected aspect of imperialist expansion has been the promotion of the Empire through advertising communication. Late Victorian Britain was, by all reports, a ‘prodigiously abundant society’ (Richardson, 1991: 119). Substantial increases in manufacturing had improved productivity and endowed Victorian commodity culture with a surplus of commodities available in many varieties. 4 Royal Agricultural Hall World’s Fair Source: Henry Evanion, 1880. Reproduced by permission of the British Library.
Such was the bill-postering industry’s concern over pending threats of legislation and restrictive practices that in 1890 two leading bodies – the United Kingdom Bill-Posters Association and the London Bill-Posters Association – set up the Joint Censorship Committee. The committee’s regulatory efforts included establishing a directory of responsible billposters and insisting on checking the quality standards of posters distributed by affiliated members. qxd 3/22/2007 7:08 PM Page 31 Selling-Spaces in Advertising History (SCAPA) was established.
Advances in agrarian production had also reduced the labour intensity of farming. Consequently, population growth coincided with a transition in the mode of production and the large-scale redeployment of workers into manufacturing industries. At the end of the seventeenth century, about three-quarters of the population earned most of their livelihood from some type of agricultural work, with the majority living in villages and small towns. By the eighteenth century, a decline in agricultural work had resulted in the large-scale relocation of workers into the new industrial towns.