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Moral-Diskurs am Beispiel der spanisch-schweizerischen Waffenausfuhr und des Spanien-Tourismus
Capital and Morals are a well-known dichotomy that until now has above all interested philosophers and social-scientists. On the basis of two case-studies in postwar times the different uses of moral arguments in public ...
Contested cooperation: the ethnic-German welfare cooperatives in the Vojvodina (1930s)
Although the ethnic-German cooperative union in the Vojvodina, operating as a branch of the political minority movement, was designed to embrace as many economic and social organizations with ethnic-German members as ...
Citizens on the Shop Floor: Negotiating Class, Citizenship and National Identity in a Turkish State Factory
This paper examines discourses on citizenship and nation at shop floor level through Bakırköy Cloth Factory – a state-owned factory in Istanbul, Turkey. Founded as a private enterprise in 1850, Bakırköy became the State ...
Back to the factory: the continuing salience of industrial workplace history
Factories remain significant sites of employment, crucial to capitalism. In the twentieth century, scholars registered achievements in documenting their history, but since the late 1980s, and for a generation, the field ...