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Author Kalb, Don, 1959-

Title Expanding class : power and everyday politics in industrial communities, The Netherlands, 1850-1950 / Don Kalb.

Published Durham : Duke University Press, 1997.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store  305.562094924 KALB GA01    AVAILABLE
Physical description ix, 339 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Series Comparative and international working-class history.
Comparative and international working-class history.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [317]-332) and index.
Contents Pt. 1. Limits of Dominance and Deference: Power and Culture in Shoemaking Villages, 1900-1920. 1. Communal Commotion: The Complexities of the Shoemakers Conflict in 1910. 2. Solidary Logic or Civilizing Process? Workers, Priests, and Alcohol in Shoemaking Villages -- Pt. 2. The Enigma of Philipsism: Family and Acquiescence in an Electrical Boomtown, 1850-1950. 3. Eindhoven and Its Context. 4. The Making of a Flexible Industrial Territory. 5. Cycles and Structures of Electrical Production, 1910-1930. 6. The Culture of Philipsism. 7. The Fruits of Flexible Familism. 8. A Dumb Girl and an Epileptic Bricoleur: Clues on Culture and Class in Popular Memory and Narration -- Epilogue: Pathways to Labor-Intensive Manufacturing.
Subject Working class -- Netherlands -- North Brabant -- History.
Industries -- Netherlands -- North Brabant -- History.
Power (Social sciences)
ISBN 0822320223 (paperback: alk. paper)
0822320126 (alk. paper)