Strikes and Industrial Conflict

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  • Author : Geoffrey K. Ingham
  • Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
  • Pages : 95 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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Trade Unions and the Management of Industrial Conflict

Trade Unions and the Management of Industrial Conflict
  • Author : R. Aris
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 19 January 1998
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This book offers a new perspective on the relationship between trade unions and the state in the period 1910-21. Using a range of primary sources it explores the constraints placed by industrial conflict on both state and trade union action. It aims to contribute to and clarify some of the main issues raised by the Rank and Filist debate through an analysis of the sources from which state industrial relations policy derived for the whole of this period.

Technology Industrial Conflict and the Development of Technical Education in 19th Century England

Technology  Industrial Conflict and the Development of Technical Education in 19th Century England
  • Author : Bernard P. Cronin
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 15 January 2019
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This title was first published in 2001. Nineteenth-century employers played a crucial role in the training and education of young workers in England. This multi-disciplinary study traces the connection between problems of technical education development and the increasingly antagonistic relations with skilled workers, culminating in the Great Strike and Lockout of 1897. Cronin demonstrates that employers, dominated by economic short-termism, extended their hegemony beyond the boundaries of the factory gates. Their reluctance to endorse and sponsor technical education radically influenced the perception