Theses and dissertations on international labour movements

Gilbert, Victor F.
September 1990
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Fall90, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
The article presents information on theses and dissertations on international labour movements. Some of the titles of these papers are: "Mythopoeic Dimensions of Marxism, With Special Reference to Antonio Gramsci," "Bukharin's Contribution to Marxist Political Theory," "Alienation, Class Struggle and the Labour Theory of Value," "Domestic Labour and the Capitalist Mode of Production: A Theoretical and Historical Analysis," "The Political Economy of Workers' Self-Management: A Market Process Critique," "The Growth and Development of Trade Unionism in Bangladesh, 1947-1986," and "Proletarianisation in Swaziland: The Case of the Sugar Industry."


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