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書名 The internationalisation of the labour question : ideological antagonism, workers' movements and the ILO since 1919 / Stefano Bellucci, Holger Weiss, editors
出版項 Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2020]
©2020
國際標準書號 9783030282349 (hbk.)
3030282341 (hbk.)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-030-28235-6
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  HD4854 .I68 2020    在架上    30600020130960
說明 xxxi, 436 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
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系列 Palgrave studies in the history of social movements
Palgrave studies in the history of social movements
附註 1919 and the Century of Labour Internationalisation / Stefano Bellucci and Holger Weiss -- Part 1: Global Dimensions and Issues. Global Union Organizations, 1889-2019 : The Weight of History and the Challenges of the Present, 1889-2019 / Dimitris Stevis -- The Guest who Invited Himself: The International Free Trade Union Movement during and between the Two World Wars / Geert Van Goethem -- Woman's Labours and the Definition of the Worker : Legacies of 1919 / Eileen Boris -- Framing Working Women's Rights Internationally : Contributions of the IFTU Women's International / Susan Zimmermann -- The Labour and Socialist International and 'the Colonial Problem' : Mobilization by Necessity or Force, 1925-28 / Fredrik Petersson -- 'Unite in International Solidarity!' The call of the International of Seamen and Harbour Workers to 'colonial and 'Negro seamen in the early 1930s / Holger Weiss
Part 2. Continental, Regional and National Histories. Working Class Politics and Labour Internationalism in Latin America : An Overview of Labour International Organizations in the Region during the Interwar Period, 1919-1939 / Lucas Poy -- Beyond International Solidarity: The US Anti-Communist Labour Policy in Brazil during the Cold War / Larissa Rosa Corrêa -- 'Whenever Society is in Travail Liberty is Born: The Mass Strike of 1919 in Colonial Trinidad / Christian Høgsbjerg -- The International Labour Organization as a Domesticating Arena : Argentinian Trade Unions and Workers Representations at the ILO in the First Half of the Twentieth Century / Andrés Stagnaro and Laura Caruso -- Strange Bedfellows but Not for Long : The Industrial Workers of the World and the Communist International / Peter Cole -- The International Labour Organization and the Labour Question in Republican China, 1919-1938 / Limin Teh -- United to Struggle or Struggling to Unite: Growth and Diversification of the Indian Labour Movement / Venkatanarayanan Sethuraman -- Transnational Activism and Equal Remuneration in India during the Twentieth Century / Silke Neunsinger and M.V. Shobhana Warrier -- The Ascent of Labour Internationalism : Trade Unions, Cold War Politics and the ILO, 1919-1960 / Stefano Bellucci -- The Struggle for Legitimacy : South Africa's Divided Labour Movement and International Labour Organisations, 1919-2019 / Duncan Money -- Labour Internationalism in Context Small and Large / David Mayer and Marcel van der Linden
This edited collection is a global history of workers organisations since 1919, the year when the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the Comintern and the International Federation of Trade Unions were formed. This historical moment represents a caesura in labour history as it epitomises the beginning of what the editors and the contributors in this book call the internationalisation of the labour question. The case studies in this centenary volume analyse the relationship between global workers organisations and the new ideological confrontation between liberal capitalism, socialism and communism since the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Workers organisations, trade unions in particular, grew in importance and managed to organise internationally, forming alliances cemented by ideology and sustained by international institutional bodies or centrals. In the nascent capitalist versus communist struggle, trade unions thrived. Is it mere coincidence that todays decline of unionism coincides with the end of ideological antagonism? This book emphasises important global labour issues such as gender as well as international workers histories from Latin America, Asia and Africa
主題 Labor movement
Labor movement. fast (OCoLC)fst00990079
Alt Author Bellucci, Stefano, editor, contributor
Weiss, Holger, editor, contributor
Stevis, Dimitris, contributor
Goethem, Geert van, contributor
Boris, Eileen, 1948- contributor
Zimmermann, Susan, contributor
Petersson, Fredrik, contributor
Poy, Lucas, 1981- contributor
Corrêa, Larissa Rosa, contributor
Høgsbjerg, Christian, contributor
Stagnaro, Andrés, 1955- contributor
Caruso, Laura, 1979- contributor
Cole, Peter, 1969- contributor
Teh, Limin, contributor
Sethruraman, Venkatanarayanan, contributor
Neunsinger, Silke, contributor
Warrier, M.V. Shobhana, contributor
Money, Duncan, 1988- contributor
Mayer, David (Historian), contributor
Linden, Marcel van der, 1952- contributor
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