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Miners' constructions of masculinity, forged in the process of proletarianization, both reinforced and destabilized the mining company's and the state's efforts to reorganize working-class gender relations and discipline the emergent industrial labor force.
Because proletarianization was never a complete process for many workers, the urban and rural experience continued to reinforce one another, which along with the continuing and sometimes increasing foreign economic presence in Latin America, resulted in the enduring appeal of workers' control.
No "signification" here and "invention" there; Krikler, a la Marx and Lenin, is writing about nothing less than capitalism, proletarianization and, of course, class struggle.
In this perspective, then, the processes of proletarianization studied here bring to mind Charles Tilly's observation that lifetime moves into the proletariat compromised the dominant social process so that a good deal of proletarian action consisted of efforts to retain or recapture individual control over the means of production.
Proletarianization also involved the massing of lesser skilled hands and their story is not of the loss of old ways, but of simple drudgery and exploitation.
The second chief protagonist in the proletarianization of London's artisanate was the widening of markets as transportation improved and freight costs fell.
Several of these thinkers favored the widest possible property ownership, as a bulwark against proletarianization and massification (a preference he refuses to define as nostalgic).
It addresses general trends and individuals, organizations, institutions, and events and focuses on the forces of ghettoization and proletarianization, elite and grassroots perspectives, and policy.
The left secular culture had its origins in the breakdown of the traditional religious Jewish culture and of its attendant social structures within the communities of Eastern Europe, and in the mass migration to North America sparked by the pogroms and proletarianization of the Jewish masses.
This part issue thus tries to encompass the earlier literature but also considers various approaches that go beyond a standard proletarianization narrative.
The naturalist brute and the plot of decline closely related with it, as June Howard has convincingly argued in her seminal study Form and History in American Literary Naturalism (1985), express and manage the turn-of-the-century anxieties of proletarianization.
Post-Mao reform started gradually in rural and remote provinces, proceeding through decollectivization, reforms of state and collective enterprises, proletarianization of the peasantry, emergence of an urban labor market, and re-entry into the capitalist world.