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eBook What About the Workers?: Workers and the Transition to Capitalism in Russia ePub

by Simon Clarke

  • ISBN: 086091402X
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Simon Clarke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Verso (November 17, 1993)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1392 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1656 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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What About the Workers? book.

What About the Workers? book.

Verso, London, 248pp. 1993 (about 70% my work)

Verso, London, 248pp. 1993 (about 70% my work). Marx's Theory of Crisis, Macmillan, Basingstoke, 293pp. 1994 (Turkish translation 2009; Chinese translation by Yang Jiansheng to be published by Beijing Normal University 2010).

Simon Clarke concludes the book with a detailed examination of struggles around privatization

Simon Clarke concludes the book with a detailed examination of struggles around privatization. The common conclusion is that beneath the political turmoil the dominant class has renewed and restructured itself, but has not managed to overcome the challenge presented by the working class.

Simon Clarke is Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. See and discover other items: books about australia, michael clarke. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Peter Fairbrother is Professor of International Employment Relations at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Michael Burawoy is Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Pavel Krotov is a sociologist working in the Russian Academy of Sciences, Syktyvkar.

The contributors come to the conclusion that beneath the political turmoil Russia has not managed to overcome the challenge presented by the working class - that, in fact, the struggle over the transformation of class is only just beginning.

Workers and the Transitio. by Clarke, Simon Paperback. Free postage -What About the Workers? by Michael Burawoy (author), Simon Clarke (author), . .It includes an analysis of the role of trade unions in the former Soviet system.

By Simon Clarke, Peter Fairbrother, Michael Burawoy and Pavel Krotov. New York: Verso, 1993. Vladimir D. Shkolnikov (a1).

Verso London ; New York 1993. Australian/Harvard Citation. Verso London ; New York.

Most writing on the dramatic events in the former Soviet Union has been based on the assumption that Russia is engaged in a transition from “state socialism” to capitalism, and focuses on political and ideological debates formulated in these terms.This book questions whether Russia is in transition to capitalism and looks behind the political and ideological debates to focus on the development of the social relations of production, and on the class struggles to which these give rise. Simon Clarke introduces the book with an examination of the crisis of state socialism, in order to identify the dynamic of change in contemporary Russia. Michael Burawoy and Pavel Krotov develop a detailed case study of one Russian enterprise, which is followed by an analysis of the role of the trade unions in the Soviet system by Simon Clarke and Peter Fairbrother, on the basis of which they develop an analytical account of the development of the workers’ movement in Russia since 1987. Simon Clarke concludes the book with a detailed examination of struggles around privatization.The common conclusion is that beneath the political turmoil the dominant class has renewed and restructured itself, but has not managed to overcome the challenge presented by the working class. The fragmentation and atomization of the working class remains a problem, but the struggle over the transformation of class relations is only just beginning.