Employers and Labour in the English Textile Industries, 1850-1939

1st Edition

J. A. Jowitt, A. J. McIvor

Routledge
November 27, 2018 Forthcoming
Reference - 268 Pages
ISBN 9781138328389 - CAT# K392674
Series: Routledge Library Editions: The Labour Movement

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Summary

First published in 1988. This collection of essays examines aspects of labour and industrial relations history in the textiles sector of Northern England during the mature phase of industrialisation before World War One and the period of retrenchment during the interwar economic recession. There are chapters on wool, worsted, silk, cotton spinning and weaving, and cotton finishing. The volume includes contributions by historians interested in employers’ organisations and management strategies, labour, trade union and women’s history. As such it provides a broader framework in which relationships between capital and labour are analysed. The book also incorporates some of the recent research on particularly neglected areas of social history, most notably on women workers and on the industrial relations policies of employers in textiles.

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