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The attitudes of Bakewell residents to tourism and issues in community responsive tourism.
Abstract This paper seeks to identify and categorize the attitudes of residents towards tourists, and to indicate the stability of those attitudes over a period of time. The area selected for studyExpand
The Fall of the House of Labor: The Workplace, the State, and American Labor Activism, 1865–1925
Acknowledgments Abbreviations used in text and notes Introduction 1. The manager's brain under the workman's cap 2. The common laborer 3. The operative 4. The art of cutting metals 5. White shirtsExpand
Resident attitudes to tourism development — a comparative study between the Rangitikei, New Zealand and Bakewell, United Kingdom
This paper compares responses made to the same questionnaire by residents in two rural areas, one in New Zealand and the other in the UK. However, the areas are in different stages of the destinationExpand
Workers' Control in America: Studies in the History of Work, Technology, and Labor Struggles
Preface Introduction 1. Workers' control of machine production in the nineteenth century 2. Immigrant workers and managerial reform 3. Machinists, the Civic Federation, and the Socialist Party 4. TheExpand
The Mythical Man
  • D. Montgomery
  • Political Science
  • International Labor and Working-Class History
  • 1 September 2008
Jefferson Cowie and Nick Salvatore have offered us two distinct arguments, one persuasive, the other anything but. There is much to be said for their proposition that the political coalitions thatExpand
Strikes in Nineteenth-Century America
Strikes have always held great fascination for historians of the working class. Collective work stoppages tear the tissue of “normal life,” and in doing so they provide historians with revealingExpand
America's Working Man
What's on the worker's mind? The urgency of this question for socialists, for business executives, for politicians, for advertisers, and for trade unionists has produced a steady flow of journalisticExpand