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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Conservation and Consolidation The emergence and development of British historical archaeology during its first three decades (1950s-1970s) occurred outside of the dominant museum and university institutions of prewar British archaeology.\n \nThe process was driven by three successive, but overlapping impulses: the emergence of ‘local studies’, the rise of ‘rescue archaeology’, and increasing&nbsp;efforts toward the ‘consolidation’ of post-medieval&nbsp;and industrial archaeology as more established and&nbsp;respected fields of enquiry.\n \nLocal Studies\n \nThe first impulse, toward ‘local studies’, developed during the years of rapid social and material change&nbsp;that followed World War II, when public interest in&nbsp;the remains of local, industrial, and urban history&nbsp;grew markedly. Primarily an English (rather than&nbsp;British) phenomenon, it was driven by the efforts of&nbsp;avocational archaeologists, special interest groups,&nbsp;museum-based archaeologists, and Workers’ Educ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Conservation and Consolidation The emergence and development of British historical archaeology during its first three decades (1950s-1970s) occurred outside of the dominant museum and university institutions of prewar British archaeology.\n \nThe process was driven by three successive, but overlapping impulses: the emergence of ‘local studies’, the rise of ‘rescue archaeology’, and increasing&nbsp;efforts toward the ‘consolidation’ of post-medieval&nbsp;and industrial archaeology as more established and&nbsp;respected fields of enquiry.\n \nLocal Studies\n \nThe first impulse, toward ‘local studies’, developed during the years of rapid social and material change&nbsp;that followed World War II, when public interest in&nbsp;the remains of local, industrial, and urban history&nbsp;grew markedly. Primarily an English (rather than&nbsp;British) phenomenon, it was driven by the efforts of&nbsp;avocational archaeologists, special interest groups,&nbsp;museum-based archaeologists, and Workers’ Educ') AND id != 90386 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 00:46:59' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5