The ILP on Clydside 1893-1932: From Foundation to Disintegration
- Journey to the Centre? Walker, Graham // History Today;Aug91, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p49
Reviews three books. `The Progressive Dilemma,' by David Marquand; `Lloyd George and the Challenge of Labour,' by Chris Wrigley; `The Ilp on Clydeside 1893-1932,' edited by A. McKinlay and R.J. Morris.
- Shorter notices. Pelling, Henry // English Historical Review;Feb95, Vol. 110 Issue 435, p242
Reviews the book `The ILP on Clydeside, 1893-1932. From Foundation to Disintegration,' edited by Alan McKinlay and R.J. Morris.
- Reading for pleasure. LOCK, STEPHEN // British Medical Journal;12/31/1977, p1661
The article reviews the book "Cholera," by R. J. Morris.
- Management, Labour and Industrial Politics in Modern Europe: The Quest for Productivity Growth during the Twentieth Century (Book Review). Lyddon, Dave // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Summer98, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p205
Reviews the book "Management, Labour and Industrial Politics in Modern Europe: The Quest for Productivity Growth During the Twentieth Century," edited by Joseph Melling and Alan McKinlay.
- Cholera, 1832: Response to an Epidemic (Book). Gutchen, Robert M. // Victorian Studies;Spring78, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p411
Reviews the book 'Cholera, 1832: Social Response to an Epidemic,' by R. J. Morris.
- Cholera 1832 (Book Review). Rosenberg, Charles E. // American Historical Review;Dec77, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p1248
Reviews the book 'Cholera 1832: The Social Response to an Epidemic,' by R.J. Morris.
- Class, Sect and Party (Book). Thompson, Dorothy // Victorian Studies;Autumn91, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p92
Reviews the book 'Class, Sect and Party, The Making of the British Middle Class: Leeds, 1820-1850,' by R. J. Morris.
- Class, Sect, and Party: The Making of the British Middle Class; Leeds, 1820-1850 (Book). Koditschek, Theodore // American Historical Review;Dec91, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p1540
Reviews the book `Class, Sect, and Party: The Making of the British Middle Class; Leeds, 1820-1850,` by R.J. Morris.
- Foucault, Management and Organization Theory: From Panopticon to Technologies of Self. Sewell, Graham // Administrative Science Quarterly;Jun2000, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p406
The book 'Foucault, Management and Organization Theory: From Panopticon to Technologies of Self,' edited by Alan McKinlay and Ken Starkey, serves an important implicit purpose, which is to suggest that we should take Michel Foucault as seriously as we take Max Weber as a theorist of...