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The Making and Unmaking of an Industrial Working Class: Sliding Down to…
– tekijä: Jan Breman
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"More than a hundred thousand mill workers lost their jobs as a result of massive retrenchment from the 1980s onwards in the textile mills of Ahmedabad. In this volume, Jan Breman, one of the foremost authorities on labour studies, looks at how these workers, who were once part of the most organized labour force in the country, slid down the labour hierarchy and were forced into the informal sector." "The book documents how the progressive loss of regular mill jobs affected the social consciousness of people who used to be identified as standing in the forefront of working class politics. According to Breman, pushing a huge workforce out of mill employment has caused not only material impoverishment but has also led to the marginalization of people from the mainstream. This, he says, led to the strengthening of primordial loyalties, a factor that may have contributed to the vicious rioting that swept the city early in 2002." "This volume will be of interest to scholars of sociology, anthropology, economics, history, subaltern studies, and those interested in working class movements."--BOOK JACKET.
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