‘I just yielded to temptation’: Open-Counter Shopping and the Growth of Shoplifting in 1960s Ireland

When I declared to a colleague in work recently that I had become obsessed with shoplifting, I probably should have clarified what I meant! I haven’t suddenly taken a shine to pocketing items from local stores.  Rather, while doing some research to finish off the section on the changing shopping habits of housewives in 1960sContinue reading “‘I just yielded to temptation’: Open-Counter Shopping and the Growth of Shoplifting in 1960s Ireland”