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Mandel (1975) talks explicitly about the proletarianisation of intellectual labour.
I am interested in this paper to cover a different but consequential undertaking, which deals with the incentives for completing the proletarianisation process, as a consequence of social changes brought by the new position of Romania in the capitalist world system after the fall of the socialist regime.
Historical studies that look at changes in women's fertility point to a far wider range of interacting factors, such as access to contraception, changes in health care, industrialisation, consumerism, proletarianisation, welfarism, and urbanisation (Fine & Rose, 2001:176).
What these transformations mean for farm employment in the communal areas, and whether some process of dispossession and proletarianisation is underway, has not really been explored--perhaps a blind spot that falls outside our dualistic thinking.
There is the ongoing casualisation of academic labour and the increased proletarianisation of the teaching profession" (Hill, 2006, p17).
Camarero posits that the communists were successful in allying themselves with the labour movement during the entire process of proletarianisation and bolshevisation of the Argentinean communist party--during the United Front, 'class against class' and Popular Front periods, when the party kept an isolationist position in face of other political currents, or when it followed a confrontational line vis a vis other social groups, and when it embraced an alliance with the 'progressive bourgeoisie' during the Popular Front years.
On the other hand, there was also evidence of proletarianisation and increased class consciousness among new sections of workers.
As Fajardo notes, there is a cycle of land expropriation, forced displacement of the peasantry, their proletarianisation and the implantation of agro-industry that shapes Colombia's rural development model (2006: 133).
Peasants, Proletarianisation and the Articulation of Modes of Production: The Case of Sugar-Cane Cutters in Northern Peru 1940-69".
1995), 'Medi-Fraud, Managerialism and the Decline of Medical Autonomy: Deprofessionalisation and Proletarianisation Reconsidered', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, vol.
The non-Jewish characters in the novel are principally conflicted by either a meaningless and ignoble global proletarianisation or empty consumerism and middle-class 'success'.
I have sought to trace a genealogy of this form of national imagination through a sequence of different official tribalisms that have been developed alongside projects of individualisation: the undermining of hapu leadership; farm development; and proletarianisation.