A SOCIAL HISTORY OF SPANISH LABOUR
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A SOCIAL HISTORY OF SPANISH LABOUR (ebook)

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BERGHAHN BOOKS
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9780857450401
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Introduction: Traditional History and the New Social History of Labour in Spain
José A. Piqueras and Vicent Sanz Rozalén

Chapter 1. The Formation of the Working Class: A Cultural Creation
Manuel Pérez Ledesma

Chapter 2. Women in the Workplace in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Spain: Methodological Considerations
Pilar Pérez Fuentes

Chapter 3. The 'Hardest, Most Unpleasant' Profession: The Work of Laundresses in Eighteenth-, Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Spain
Carmen Sarasúa

Chapter 4. The Toccata and Fugue of the Urban Factory: Working-Class Conflicts and Work Discipline in Valencia, 1840–1880
Francesc A. Martínez Gallego

Chapter 5. Craft Work, Industry and Radical Culture in the Age of the First International
José A. Piqueras

Chapter 6. 'Resistance, Resistance, Resistance!' Skills and Disputes in the Castellón Espadrille Industry at the End of the Nineteenth Century
Vicent Sanz Rozalén

Chapter 7. Traditional Popular Culture and Industrial Work Discipline: Asturias, 1880–1914
Jorge Uría

Chapter 8. 'Rough Characters': Miners, Alcohol and Violence in Linares at the End of the Nineteenth Century
José Sierra Álvarez

Chapter 9. Disputes, Protest and Forms of Resistance in Rural Areas: Huesca, 1880–1914 Carmen
Frías Corredor

Chapter 10. The Standard of Living of Miners in Biscaye, 1876–1936
Antonio Escudero

Chapter 11. Republicans, Socialists and Anarchists: What Revolution Was That?
Javier Paniagua

Chapter 12. The Civil War – A Class Struggle? The Difficult Task of Reconstructing the Past
Julián Casanova

Chapter 13. Subordination, Supplies and Mortality: The Montaña catalana, 1939–1945
Joan Serrallonga

Chapter 14. A Fundamental Instrument for Labour-Force Control? Reflections on the Vertical Trade Union Organisation of the Franco Regime
José Babiano

Notes on Contributors
Index