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From manual workers to wage laborers: transformation of the social question

Author: Castel, Robert ; Boyd, Richard, translationPublisher: Transaction Publishers, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 468 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0765801493Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HD4854.63 .A C37 2003
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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From Manual Workers to Wage Laborers Transformation of the Social Question Contents Acknowledgments Translator's Preface Preface Part 1: From Tutelage to Contract Introduction to Part 1 1. Protections of Proximity Primary Sociability The Evangelical Myth My Neighbor is a Fellow-Kinsman A Schematic for the Provision of Assistance 2. Embeddedness in Society 1349 The Deconversion of Feudal Society The Useless of the World Vagabonds and Proletarians Repression, Dissuasion, Prevention 3. The Indignity of Wage Labor The Corporatist Idiom The Signature of the Craft Regulated Labor, Compulsory Labor The Lost of the Earth The Model of the Corvée 4. Liberal Modernity Mass Vulnerability Freedom of Labor "An Inviolable and Sacred Debt" ix xi xiii 3 9 10 18 24 32 47 48 54 63 70 74 87 89 95 104 114 121 139 140 149 159 The Dissociation of Law Utopian Capitalism Part 2: From Contract to Status Introduction to Part 2 5. Politics Without a State The Miserable A Return to Tutelage Patronage and Patrons A Negative Utopia 6. Social Property A New Hand The Question of Obligation Property or Work The Propriety of Transfers 7. Wage-Earning Society The New Salarial Relationship The Working Condition Destitution The Wage-Earning Condition The Growth-State 8. The New Social Question A Change of Direction The Supernumeraries "Economic Insertion," or the Myth of Sisyphus The Crisis of the Future Conclusion: Negative Individualism Name Index 167 174 191 195 196 206 217 228 247 248 260 270 280 303 305 316 325 335 343 367 369 379 394 408 445 461

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