The End of Labour History

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  • Author : Marcel van der Linden
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Pages : 173 pages
  • ISBN : 9780521467230
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The End of Labour History

The End of Labour History
  • Author : Marcel van der Linden
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 24 January 1993
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The essays in this 1994 book aim to integrate labour history within the broader discipline of social history and to demonstrate the continuing vitality and validity of the sub-discipline. Each essay is in itself a response to criticisms of the ways in which labour historians have approached their subjects.

A Labour History of Ireland 1824 1960

A Labour History of Ireland  1824 1960
  • Author : Emmet O'Connor
  • Publisher : Gill
  • Release : 24 January 1992
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This overview of Irish labour history serves both as an introduction for the general reader and as a synopsis for the specialist. Its basic concern is to outline the course of labour history, to illustrate the different phases of its chronology and to determine the forces behind its development. It also investigates some of the most persistent questions surrounding the history of labour in Ireland including why labour marginalized in disaffected 19th-century Ireland and why nationalism presented such a problem

Labour Legislation and Public Policy

Labour Legislation and Public Policy
  • Author : Paul Lyndon Davies,Mark Robert Freedland
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 24 January 1993
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Most traditional legal textbooks aim to give students an overview of the present state of law in a particular area. In doing so, most books offer only a cursory assessment of how the law came to be the way it is and how economic, political, and social forces were influential during its evolution. In this innovative study the authors seek to offer students a different kind of text. Guiding students through four and a half decades of almost continuous legislative

The Emancipation of Labor

The Emancipation of Labor
  • Author : Henryk Katz
  • Publisher : Praeger
  • Release : 24 January 1992
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This study chronicles the emergence and evolution of the International Working Men's Association, known historically as the First International. Katz offers a non-ideological history of the group and its scores of interesting and fascinating personalities, surveying the First International in the context of the general history of the period 1846-1874, as well as in the context of the contemporary movements of worldwide liberation. The major role the First International played in the process of the revival and expansion of the

The Internationalisation of the Labour Question

The Internationalisation of the Labour Question
  • Author : Stefano Bellucci,Holger Weiss
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 26 November 2019
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This edited collection is a global history of workers’ organisations since 1919, the year when the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the Comintern and the International Federation of Trade Unions were formed. This historical moment represents a caesura in labour history as it epitomises the beginning of what the editors and the contributors in this book call the internationalisation of the labour question. The case studies in this centenary volume analyse the relationship between global workers’ organisations and the new ideological confrontation

Global Labour History

Global Labour History
  • Author : Jan Lucassen
  • Publisher : Peter Lang
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Part I: Historiography Writing Global Labour History c. 1800-1940: A Historiography of Concepts, Periods, and Geographical Scope 39 Jan Lucassen African Labor History 91 Frederick Cooper Reflections on Labor and Working-Class History in the Middle East and North Africa 117 Zachary Lockman Paradigms in the Historical Approach to Labour Studies on South Asia 147 Sabyasachi Bhattacharya The History of Labor in Japan in the Twentieth Century: Cycles of Activism and Acceptance 161 Akira Suzuki Fin-de-Si6cle Labour History in Canada and the United States: A

Early Trade Unionism

Early Trade Unionism
  • Author : Malcolm Chase
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Once the heartland of British labour history, trade unionism has been marginalised in much recent scholarship. In a critical survey from the earliest times to the nineteenth century, this book argues for its reinstatement. Trade unionism is shown to be both intrinsically important and to provide a window onto the broader historical landscape; the evolution of trade union principles and practices is traced from the seventeenth century to mid-Victorian times. Underpinning this survey is an explanation of labour organisation that

Transnational Labour History

Transnational Labour History
  • Author : Marcel van der Linden
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release : 05 July 2017
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There has been a growing recognition amongst scholars that labour historians need to look beyond national borders in order to place the history of the working classes into a much broader context than has hitherto been the case. Whilst studies focused on individual countries are essential, it is only by comparing and contrasting the experiences across time and space that a true understanding of the subject can be attempted. Professor Marcel van der Linden, has contributed much to the debate