2002 - supplement 10

Articles in this issue

  • [De-Industrialization: Social and Cultural Aspects]
    Preface
    Pages: 1 - 2
  • Introduction: De-Industrialization and Globalization
    Pages: 3 - 33
  • From Workshop to Wasteland: Deindustrialisation and Fragmentation of the Black Working Class on the East Rand (South Africa), 1990-1999
    Pages: 35 - 63
  • Whose Left? Working-Class Political Allegiances in Post-Industrial Britain
    Pages: 65 - 85
  • Betterment Without Airs: Social, Cultural, and Political Consequences of the Deindustrialization in the Ruhr
    Pages: 87 - 111
  • The International Association of Machinists, Pratt & Whitney and the Struggle for a Blue-Collar Future in Connecticut
    Pages: 113 - 136
  • "Our Chronic and Desperate Situation": Anthracite Communities and the Emergence of Redevelopment Policy in Pennsylvania and the United States, 1945-1965
    Pages: 137 - 158
  • On "De-industrialization" and the Crisis of Male Identities
    Pages: 159 - 175