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Solidarity and Fragmentation

Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, 1875-1900 (Working Class in American History)

by Richard Oestreicher

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Published by University of Illinois Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • History Of Labor,
  • Sociology,
  • History: American,
  • The Americas,
  • General,
  • Labor,
  • Business & Economics / Labor

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9821617M
    ISBN 100252061209
    ISBN 109780252061202
    OCLC/WorldCa21172683

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4/5(1). Solidarity and Fragmentation Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, "Solidarity and Fragmentation should be required reading for anyone involved in the current labor movement -- indeed, for anyone interested in the prospects for radical change in America It is radical history at its best, speaking directly to the descendants of radicals and social visionaries about the.

Solidarity and Fragmentation: Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, – By Richard Jules Oestreicher. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, Pp. xix, $ - Volume 47 Issue 3 - Walter Licht. At a time of increasing fragmentation, growing social tension and global forced migration, solidarity is more than ever an endangered social resource.

In this volume, scientists from different disciplines analyze the idea of solidarity, its analytical content as well as practical scope and limits for pluralistic and cosmopolitan societies. Tenacious Solidarity features essays and new writings from to As all of Walter Brueggemann's writing is, the chapters are deeply biblical while also concerned with the identities, practices, and obligations of religious communities in contemporary contexts within the United States.

To Survive and Exist in Our Own Nature with Solidarity. Those who fancy that a vegetable diet, or daily prayers, or celibacy, or neglect of family duties, or lip-professions of loyalty to the Masters, are signs of inward holiness and spiritual advancement, ought to read what the Gita, the Dhammapada, the Avesta.

Consider the classic dictionary definition of solidarity: “unity and agreement of feeling and action among people with a common interest; mutual support within a group.” Let us examine how On the Waterfront supports our understanding of ourselves as social beings who have a natural desire for unity and solidarity over isolation and Author: Onalee Mcgraw.

The shift from solidarity among friends to solidarity with strangers summarizes the problem of universal solidarity and identifies a problematic source in the history of the concept. This raises the question of whether or to what extent solidarity is restricted to identification based on similarity, and to what extent it can go beyond perceived.

Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to : $   Solidarity Beyond Borders exemplifies an innovative approach to the key issues of global ethics which takes into account the processes of economic globalization, leading to an ever deeper interdependence of peoples and states, as well as the increasing cultural and ideological fragmentation which characterize the emerging multipolar world : Janusz Salamon.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. At a time of increasing fragmentation, growing social tension and global forced migration, solidarity is more than ever an endangered social resource.

In this volume, scientists from different disciplines analyze the idea of solidarity, its analytical content as well as practical scope and limits for pluralistic and cosmopolitan societies. Contents.

Whether as parents, teachers, doctors, government ministers or corporate leaders, we must therefore not lose our moral sense in the pursuit of achievement and success. It is important to contemplate human weakness, and the meaning of suffering and death.

It is in pathos that we forge group solidarity. In an age of fragmentation, solidarity is. Get this from a library. Solidarity and fragmentation: working people and class consciousness in Detroit, [Richard Jules Oestreicher].

Fiscal Fragmentation in Decentralized Countries Subsidiarity, Solidarity and Asymmetry or linguistic composition. This book considers how fiscal arrangements may strengthen or weaken national solidarity and the effectiveness with which public services are provided.

In particular, the nation’s ability to cope with changes created by Cited by: 3. According to Durkheim, the collective consciousness is formed through social interactions.

In particular, Durkheim thought of the close-knit interactions between families and small communities, groups of people who share a common religion, who may eat together, work together, and spend leisure time together.

Yet all around him, Durkheim. Fiscal Fragmentation in Decentralized Countries Subsidiarity, Solidarity and Asymmetry This book considers how fiscal arrangements may strengthen or weaken national solidarity and the effectiveness with which public services are provided.

In particular, the nation’s ability to cope with changes created by decentralization is explored. But we have now moved to an age of decentralization and fragmentation.

At one point in the book he presents a series of U-shaped graphs showing this pattern. Party polarization in Congress declined steadily from tobut it has risen steadily since.

We are a. Lennon, B. (c) Book Review: Fiscal fragmentation in decentralized countries: Subsidiarity, solidarity and asymmetry, by R.M. Bird and R.D. Ebel. Reviewed in.

The shift from solidarity among friends to solidarity with strangers summarizes the problem of universal solidarity and identifies a problematic source in the history of the concept. This raises the question of whether or to what extent solidarity is restricted to identification based on similarity, and to what extent it can go beyond perceived.

Civil Society, Post-Colonialism and Transnational Solidarity originates from Louvet’s observation of the strong commitment of a layer of Irish civil society- from the man on the street to political parties, associations and trade unions- to the defence of one antagonist or the other in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, beginning with the Six Day War in and increasingly so after the.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Working Class in American History: Solidarity and Fragmentation: Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, by Richard Oestreicher (, Paperback) at the best online. The Ethics of Authenticity by Charles Taylor is an uncharacteristically short work in which Taylor presses home through clear arguments the point that critics of the modern moral stance or ethos of authenticity, represented by Allan Bloom, author of The Closing of the American Mind, and Christopher Lasch, the author of The Culture of Narcissism, go too far in their condemnations and so prevent /5.

Environmental Stewardship and Ecological Solidarity: decision-makers, scientists) educate, inform or consult citizens or participants (e.g. within the management of French National Park bef ore. A new book, “Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age of Trump,” grapples with the shifting relationship between personal identity and political action.

Solidarity and Fragmentation: Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, – By Richard Jules Oestreicher. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, the book of direct or implicit reference to recent work by such historians as David Montgomery, Herbert Gutman, James R.

Green, Alan Dawley, and Paul Faler is striking. Beginning with evidence riot unlike Schwantes's, they have asked questions which could have given an immeasurably richer texture to Radical Heritage. Patrick Deneen (author) Patrick Deneen (born ) is an American political theorist who is Professor of Political Science and holds the David A.

Potenziani Memorial College Chair of Constitutional Studies at the University of Notre mater: Rutgers University. Any meaningful recovery from the COVID pandemic will require imagination, risk, solidarity and vulnerability; it will mean refusing to ‘free-ride’ and a.

Book Review. Today’s Paper animosity and social fragmentation of American life. A black or Hispanic American reader is likely to finish Porter’s summary of. This book examines the character of these changes, providing a systematic overview of the ways in which domestic arrangements have been altering.

Particular attention is paid in the text to the growth of new forms of solidarity and fragmentation within families and households, including cohabitation, divorce, lone-parent households and step. Tenacious Solidarity features essays and new writings from to As all of Walter Brueggemann's writing is, the chapters are deeply biblical while also concerned with the identities, practices, and obligations of religious communities in contemporary contexts within the United States.5/5(8).

Solidarity and Fragmentation: Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit – (Illinois, ) Research Interests Making America: Working-Class Formation and U.S.

Political and Cultural Development, – (tentative title, book in progress); Class and American Politics, –present (tentative title, volume of essays in. FRAGMENTATION is the splitting of will and focus among the stakeholders. A noticeable crack in the group’s intentionality appears, threatening unity of purpose, solidarity, and commitment to the vision.

FRAGMENTATION usually happens at the worst possible time. Iran's foreign policy, at both regional and international levels, is based on an overlapping of two approaches: radicalism and pragmatism. To service this policy, Iran employs all its political weapons including financial and economic capacity, Islamic solidarity, sectarian loyalties, population density and strategic location.

This book provides unrivalled insight into the nature of this crisis and a powerful, sustained analysis of the growing tensions between the demands of national sovereignty and the imperatives of solidarity in many different arenas and institutions, which together are threatening the Union with fragmentation.

Read this book on Questia. From the fall of the Paris Commune to the creation of the powerful French Communist Party, the French labor movement lurched between a pattern of ideological polarization and organizational fragmentation and one of broad-based solidarity. United Students Against Sweatshops heads a wave of anti-sweatshop organizing that has reached over two hundred American college campuses in the past four years.

From the northeast to the southwest, at public and private, large and small universities, their campaigns have wreaked havoc on the corporate campus and ruffled multinational companies whose profits depend on young consumers; they have.

Solidarity Economics—for the Coronavirus Crisis and Beyond. In the long term, not just in the current emergency, mutuality matters—not only morally but economically, too. and social fragmentation actually tend to limit the sustainability of growth in income and jobs.

It turns out that mutuality matters. This is a portrait of radical polarization (generally pro- and generally anti-E.U. parties are at roughly 49 percent each) and extreme fragmentation. Both make Britain harder to govern. AD.Anomie (/ ˈ æ n ə ˌ m i /) is "the condition in which society provides little moral guidance to individuals".

Anomie may evolve from conflict of belief systems and causes breakdown of social bonds between an individual and the community (both economic and primary socialization). In a person this can progress into a dysfunction in ability to integrate within normative situations of their.Fiscal fragmentation in decentralized countries: subsidiarity, solidarity and asymmetry.

Responsibility edited by Richard M. Bird, Robert D. Ebel. This book considers how fiscal arrangements may strengthen or weaken national solidarity and the effectiveness with which public services are provided. In particular, the nation's ability to.