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THE RISE OF MARKET CULTURE: THE TEXTILE TRADE AND FRENCH SOCIETY, 1750-1900

William M. Reddy

Editorial: Cambridge University Press, US, 1984
ISBN 10: 0521256534 / ISBN 13: 9780521256537
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Título: THE RISE OF MARKET CULTURE: THE TEXTILE ...

Editorial: Cambridge University Press, US

Año de publicación: 1984

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Very Good

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Edición: 1st

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Pages are clean with no markings from previous owners. Light wear to cloth at spine ends and corners. Binding is tight. Spine has slight lean. Boards are overall clean but worn along edges, spine ends and corners. Silverfish damage along spine, causing slight discoloration. Text block is very lightly foxed. Dust jacket has some slight edgewear, creases and closed tears at spine ends and corners. Dust jacket edges and spine are toned. Pictures provided upon request. N° de ref. de la librería 13961

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Sinopsis: Combining the perspectives of anthropology and social history, Professor Reddy traces the transition from precapitalist to capitalist culture in the French textile industry from 1750 to 1900. He shows how and why a new conception of the social order based on the idea of the market began to emerge, and examines the attendant political and social conflict. Focusing on the northern regional centres in France which led the movement toward mechanisation, the author - employs the methods of cultural anthropology to find that even by 1900 French textile labourers had failed to develop a social identity commensurate with the idea of wage labour. This discovery leads him to a critique of the market idea that suggests radical and prevalent interpretations of the social history of industrialisation as well as of the concept of 'class consciousness'.

Descripción del libro: Professor Reddy traces the transition from pre-capitalist to capitalist culture in the French textile industry from 1750 to 1900. Using anthropology and social history, he shows how and why the conception of the social order based on the idea of the market began to emerge, and examines the attendant political and social conflict.

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