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by J.A. Schmiechen

eBook Sweated Industries and Sweated Labour download ISBN: 0709923724
Author: J.A. Schmiechen
Publisher: Croom Helm Ltd (September 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Schmiechen, James A. Sweated Industries and Sweated Labour: The London Clothing Trades, 1860-1914. Urbana, Il. University of Illinois Press, 1983. Pp. xii, 209. Tables, index.

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Sweated Industries and Sweated Labor: The London Clothing Trades, 1867–1914. By James A. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1984. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 June 2012. Export citation Request permission.

Synonyms for Sweated labour in Free Thesaurus. Schmiechen, Sweated Industries and Sweated Labour: The London Clothing Trades, 1860-1914 (London, 1984). Antonyms for Sweated labour. 4 words related to sweatshop: factory, manufactory, manufacturing plant, mill. The consequences were two-fold: the increased employment of lesser-skilled workers and the introduction of piece rates with the subsequent spread of sweated labour.

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Schmiechen, Sweated Industries and Sweated Labour (1984). A seminal book looking at the complex and changing interrelationship between women’s familial and labour market role in France and England 1700–1950.

Schmiechen, Sweated Industries and Sweated Labour (1984). K. D. M. Snell, Annals of the Labouring Poor: Social Change in Agrarian England 1600–1900 (1985).