Paris and New York: geographies and histories in the garment industryParis and New York: geographies and histories in the garment industry
How much have things changed and to what extent do they remain the same, or different but equally oppressive and unbearable for the seamstress?
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Welfare states and environmental statesWelfare states and environmental states
A scenario of integrated social and environmental investment is adumbrated and some preconditions for this to emerge are discussed. The paper calls for more collaborative work between students of welfare and environmental policies
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Women and the Communist Party of Australia, 1920-1945Women and the Communist Party of Australia, 1920-1945
Others either disputed this criticism, or pointed to the party’s work over fifty years as the most advanced in support of women’s rights
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Trade Unions in Zimbabwe: For Democracy, Against Neo-LiberalismTrade Unions in Zimbabwe: For Democracy, Against Neo-Liberalism
Another argument identifies the working-class as a largely reactionary and backward looking force
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Mapping Minorities and their Media: The National Context – The Netherlands1Mapping Minorities and their Media: The National Context – The Netherlands1
Rtl4, rtl5, sbs6, Yorin and Net The discussion on the public broadcasting system has since focussed on the market position and scale of the public stations
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, Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan (MM), Audience, Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan (MM), Audience
Speakers: Peter Stanley (PS), Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan
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A voice for whom? Employee representation and labour legislation in australiaA voice for whom? Employee representation and labour legislation in australia
By contrast the central thrust of us labour law ‘is to determine whether or not workers want union representation.’2 What a difference 13 years makes. The special legislative place of unions in representing Australian workers has been
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Reform or Revolution Paul MattickReform or Revolution Paul Mattick
When this state of affairs takes on a protracted character, the state jumps in to increase demand through public spending
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Compare and Contrast Marxist, Elite and Democratic Pluralist Theories of PowerCompare and Contrast Marxist, Elite and Democratic Pluralist Theories of Power
Pareto and Mosca, to some extent as a critical response to Marxism, but have also been very significantly modified by theorists such as C. W. Mills
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Curriculum vitae markovits, Andrei StevenCurriculum vitae markovits, Andrei Steven
Federal Republic of Germany on a civilian, German or foreign; awarded on behalf of the President of the Federal Republic of Germany by the Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany at the General Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany
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Blood brothers: notes for revisionBlood brothers: notes for revision
Observing and discussing individual characters and their relationships with other characters is vital when gaining a thorough knowledge of a text
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Exam Guidance: The exam is 1 hour 45 minutesExam Guidance: The exam is 1 hour 45 minutes
I would suggest you spend the first 15 minutes reading the sources
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Why are you sitting there?” Reading Matthew 20: 1-16 in the context of casual workers in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa IntroductionWhy are you sitting there?” Reading Matthew 20: 1-16 in the context of casual workers in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa Introduction
Why are you sitting there?” Reading Matthew 20: 1-16 in the context of casual workers in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
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The Rise of Labour 1880-1920sThe Rise of Labour 1880-1920s
In socialist theory, people who are capitalists can still exist and work as part of the economic structure
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