Learning to Labor

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1981-12-01
  • Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr

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Table of Contents

Introduction The Hammertown case study
Elements of a culture Opposition to authority and rejection of the conformist The informal group Dossing, blagging and wagging Having a laff Boredom and excitement Sexism Racism
Class and institutional form of a culture Class form Institutional form
Labour power, culture, class and institution Official provision Continuities Jobs Arriving
Penetrations Elements of analysis Penetrations
Limitations Divisions Labor power and patriarchy Racialism and labour power
The role of Ideology Confirmation Dislocation The internal interlocutor
Notes towards a theory of cultural forms and social reproduction Reproduction and state institutions
Monday morning and the millennium
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