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Title Work in France : representations, meaning, organization, and practice / edited by Steven Laurence Kaplan and Cynthia J. Koepp
Published Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1986
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Contents Work, fellowship and some economic realities of eighteenth-century France / Daniel Roche -- Journeymen's migrations and workshop organization in eighteenth-century France / Michael Sonenscher -- Social and geographic mobility of the eighteenth-century guild artisan: an analysis of guild receptions in Dijon, 1700-1790 / Edward J. Shephard, Jr. -- Independent and insolent: journeymen and their "rites" on the old regime workplace / Cynthia M. Truant -- Social classification and representation in the corporate world of eighteenth-century France: Turgot's "Carnival" / Steven Laurence Kaplan -- The alphabetical order: work in Diderot's Encyclopédie / Cynthia J. Koepp -- Visions of labor: illustrations of the mechanical arts before, in, and after Diderot's Encyclopédie / William H. Sewell, Jr. -- The urban trades: social analysis and representation / Maurice Garden -- A nineteenth-century work experience as related in a worker's autobiography: Norbert Truquin / Michelle Perrot -- The myth of the artisan: critical reflections on a category of social history / Jacques Rancière -- Statistical representations of work: the politics of the Chamber of Commerce's Statisique de l'industrie à Paris, 1847-48 / Joan W. Scott -- The moral sense of farce: the patois literature of Lille factory laborers, 1848-70 / William M. Reddy -- Reinterpreting capitalist industrialization: a study of nineteenth-century France / Ronald Aminzade -- Proletarian families and social protest: production and reproduction as issues of social conflict in nineteenth-century France / Michael P. Hanagan -- Apprenticeship in nineteenth-century France: a continuing tradition of a break with the past? / Yves Lequin -- The European science of work: the economy of the body at the end of the nineteenth-century / Anson Rabinbach -- Automobile workers in France and their work, 1914-83 / Patrick Fridenson
Notes Selection of essays first presented at Cornell University on 28-30 April 1983 as part of a conference entitled Representations of Work in France
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Labor -- France -- History -- Congresses.
Work -- History -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Kaplan, Steven L.
Koepp, Cynthia J.
ISBN 1501711237 (electronic bk.)
9781501711237 (electronic bk.)