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eBook Workers and Working Class in the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic 1839-19 (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) ePub

by Donald Quataert,Eric J. Zurcher

eBook Workers and Working Class in the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic 1839-19 (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) ePub
Author: Donald Quataert,Eric J. Zurcher
Language: English
ISBN: 1850438757
ISBN13: 978-1850438755
Publisher: I.B.Tauris (August 15, 1995)
Pages: 224
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.3
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Erik J. Zurcher, Donald Quataert, Erik Jan Zuercher. Special attention is devoted to the role of ethnicity and gender; to the transition from traditional guilds to modern trade unions; work stoppages and strikes; and the role of the state.

Library of modern Middle East studies .

Library of modern Middle East studies 3. Online. The workers of Salonica, 1850-1912, Donald Quataert -t he development of class consciousness in Republican Turkey, 1923-45, Feroz Ahmad. The current condition of the popular classes, Çağlar Keyder.

Special attention is devoted to the role of ethnicity and gender; to the transition from traditional guilds to modern trade unions; work stoppages and strikes; and the role of the state. Format Hardback 224 pages.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-208). Library of modern Middle East studies ;, 3. Classifications.

Quataert, Donald, 1941-

Quataert, Donald, 1941-.

This is a bibliography of notable works about the Ottoman Empire. A Historical Archaeology of the Ottoman Empire: Breaking New Ground (Plenum/Kluwer Academic Press, 2000). Empire of Difference: The Ottomans in Comparative Perspective. Davison, Roderic H. Reform in the Ottoman Empire, 1856–1876 (New York: Gordian Press, 1973).

8. Marcel van der Linden, Labour History: The Old, The New and the Global, African Studies, 66:2–3 (2007), pp. 169–180.

This study investigates the growth of the industrial workforce in the Ottoman empire and Turkey in the period from 1840 to 1940, when the Industrial Revolution began to have a serious impact on the Middle East. Special attention is devoted to the role of ethnicity and gender; to the transition from traditional guilds to modern trade unions; work stoppages and strikes; and the role of the state.

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