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An Irish working class [electronic resource] : explorations in political economy and hegemony, 1800-1950 / Marilyn Silverman.

By: Silverman, M. (Marilyn), 1945-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Anthropological horizons: 19.Publisher: Toronto ; Buffaloo : University of Toronto Press, c2001Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 566 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781442670792 (electronic bk.); 1442670797 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Working class -- Ireland -- Thomastown (Kilkenny) -- History -- 19th century | Working class -- Ireland -- Thomastown (Kilkenny) -- History -- 20th century | Travailleurs -- Irlande -- Thomastown (Kilkenny) -- Histoire -- 19e si�ecle | Travailleurs -- Irlande -- Thomastown (Kilkenny) -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | Ieren | Arbeidersklasse | M�etissage | H�eg�emonie (Politique internationale) | Travailleur | Histoire | 20e si�ecle | 19e si�ecle | Classe ouvri�ere | Thomastown (Kilkenny, Irelande) | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority StudiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Irish working class.DDC classification: 305.5/62/094189 Other classification: 15.70 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Encountering Labour in Field, Archives, and Theory -- Political Economy, Class, and Locality -- Relations of Class and Thomastown's 'Lower Orders' in 1800 -- Labouring Experience in the Nineteenth Century -- Realizing the Working Class: Political Economy and Culture -- Political Domains and Working Combinations after 1815 -- The Political Domain: Labour as Device, Resource, and Project -- Custom and Respectability: The Petty Sessions -- Privatizing the River; Politicizing Labouring Fishers -- At the Turn of the Twentieth Century, 1885-1901 -- Political Sentiment and the Inland Fisheries -- Social Organization and the Politics of Labour -- Metissage and Hegemony, 1901-50 -- The Organizational Impetus: Class and Nationalism before the War, 1906-14 -- From Class to Nation: National Chronology and Local Experience, 1914-23 -- From Nation to Class in the New State: Replicating Capital and Labour, 1920-6 -- Labouring Viewpoints and Lives: The Metissage of Experience and Identities, 1914-30 -- The Uneven Economy and the Moral Economy, 1926-50 -- The Quality of Charity, Values, and Entitlements, 1908-50 -- Redundancy and Status-Class: Purveying Values through Recreation and Education, 1929-50 -- 'And the Church Preached Its View' -- 'We Had a Live Union Then' -- 'Much Wants More': Framing the Politics of Labour -- Inside the Frame: The Politics of Mediation -- Organizing Labour in the 1940s: The Politics of Combination -- Reproducing the Political Regime and Regimen, 1940-50 -- Conclusions: Political Economy and Culture, 1800-1950.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [539]-550) and index.

Encountering Labour in Field, Archives, and Theory -- Political Economy, Class, and Locality -- Relations of Class and Thomastown's 'Lower Orders' in 1800 -- Labouring Experience in the Nineteenth Century -- Realizing the Working Class: Political Economy and Culture -- Political Domains and Working Combinations after 1815 -- The Political Domain: Labour as Device, Resource, and Project -- Custom and Respectability: The Petty Sessions -- Privatizing the River; Politicizing Labouring Fishers -- At the Turn of the Twentieth Century, 1885-1901 -- Political Sentiment and the Inland Fisheries -- Social Organization and the Politics of Labour -- Metissage and Hegemony, 1901-50 -- The Organizational Impetus: Class and Nationalism before the War, 1906-14 -- From Class to Nation: National Chronology and Local Experience, 1914-23 -- From Nation to Class in the New State: Replicating Capital and Labour, 1920-6 -- Labouring Viewpoints and Lives: The Metissage of Experience and Identities, 1914-30 -- The Uneven Economy and the Moral Economy, 1926-50 -- The Quality of Charity, Values, and Entitlements, 1908-50 -- Redundancy and Status-Class: Purveying Values through Recreation and Education, 1929-50 -- 'And the Church Preached Its View' -- 'We Had a Live Union Then' -- 'Much Wants More': Framing the Politics of Labour -- Inside the Frame: The Politics of Mediation -- Organizing Labour in the 1940s: The Politics of Combination -- Reproducing the Political Regime and Regimen, 1940-50 -- Conclusions: Political Economy and Culture, 1800-1950.

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