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worker and technological change, 1930-1980
|Statement||edited by Bruce M. Stave and Robert Asher.|
|Contributions||Stave, Bruce M., Asher, Robert., Chadwyck-Healey Limited.|
See Thomas Ferguson, “Industrial Conflict and the Coming of the New Deal: The Triumph of Multinational Liberalism in America,” in The Rise and Fall of the New Deal Order, –, S. Fraser and G. Gerstle, eds. (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ), pp. 3– Social Policy, 9, 2 8 - 3 2. 1. Research on Exemplary Schools: An Historical Perspective 27 Festinger, L. (). A theory of social comparison processes. Human Relations, 7, Franklin, B. (, April). The secondary school curriculum in Minneapolis, Cited by:
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Get this from a library. The Worker and technological change interviews with Connecticut workers. [Bruce M Stave; Robert Asher; University of Connecticut. Center for Oral History.;]. Item 1: Catalogue of Interviews: Connecticut Workers and A Half Century of Technological Change, Oral History Project Format: Publication By Michele Palmer; Janet Nolan; Brian O'Connor.
Walter I. Trattner’s From Poor Lazes to Welfare State: A History of Social Welfare in America (New York: Free Press, ) is a useful brief survey, while James T. Patterson, The Struggle Against Poverty in America, (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, ).
Connecticut Workers and a Half Century of Technological Change, () Creating Connecticut's Modern General Assembly Oral History Project () Foreign Interviews () G. Fox & Co. The s were an extraordinary, contradictory, fascinating period of worker and technological change development, one evoking numerous historical parallels.
But the s are far from being well understood and their meaning for the future remains open to debate. 25 historians pick a surprising list. By Michele Anderson. The Triangle Shirtwaist Company’s fire resulted in the tragic loss of nearly young women and girls on Main New York City.
‘Oude Nijhuis’s book is a convincing and timely contribution to the contemporary 1930-1980 book on welfare state development.
It highlights the gripping conflicts that, while dealing with seemingly tedious and technical features of welfare programs, reveal key differences in the welfare state preferences of labor and by: The Eighties see the collapse of traditional communism and the ending of the Cold War, Microsoft, IBM, Intel and Apple begin to have an impact on all our lives as small Computers becomes cheaper and more wide spread including home and Business, Famine in Ethiopia causes major music stars to band together to raise money and awareness, and the early beginnings of mobile phones as technology gets.
Burns, Stewart. “Capacitors and Community: Women Workers at Sprague Electric, ” PUBLIC HISTORIAN 11 (Fall ): Cockburn, Cynthia. BROTHERS: MALE DOMINANCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE. London: Pluto, Study of the artisan tradition of compositors in the British newspaper industry and its masculinist culture.
The s were dominated by the Great Depression in the United States and the rise of Nazi Germany in Europe. The FBI under J. Edgar Hoover went after gangsters, and Franklin D. Roosevelt became synonymous with the decade with his New Deal and "fireside chats." This momentous decade ended with the beginning of World War II in Europe with Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland in Author: Jennifer Rosenberg.
about resistance to change, both by observation and by the inclination. of the authors themselves. One of the (unintended) uses of the book is, therefore, what it tells us of the attitudes to economic transition, and.
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The book is well researched, being supported by a NASA history grant, with of the difficulties inherent in directing economic and technological change. given the unknowns that exist in predicting the future.Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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It is assessed to what extent growth in regions share common trend and cyclical properties. It is found that regional trend growth shows strong common features among Cited by: His publications include articles in the International Review of Social History () and Peace and Change ().
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In the International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, we have sought to capture some of the fluidity, dynamism, and innovation that now occur internationally in organization studies. The old model of a North American core exporting its domain assumptions to the rest of the world, while by no means absent, is less marked than it used to be.In the South the Baptists are the Center of Gravity: Southern Baptists and Social Change,by Edward L.
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