Industrial housewives : women's social work for women in the factories in Nazi Germany

Carola Sachse ; translated by Heide Kiesling and Dorothy Rosenberg ; edited by Jane Caplan

Focusing on women and their work, this valuable historical study traces industrial social work from its inception through the Nazi period. Author Sachse provides an analysis of policies applied to women workers rather than developed by and for them--as an example of how social policy treats women. This thorough book examines the continuities and discontinuities of industrial social work, and assesses the effect on the industrial welfare system of developments within National Socialism. Within this framework the study examines the role of women in industrial social work and labor relations, the attitudes of various groups toward the proper relations between industry and government, and the well-documented relationship between industrialists and the German Labor Front (DAF), the organization that replaced the outlawed labor unions.

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  • Contents Foreword Introduction The Beginnings of Industrial Social Work Factory Family Welfare in the 1920s The Bielefeld Model of Industrial Social Work Petty Warfare Between the Giants: Industry vs. the DAF Factory or Family? Industrial Social Work versus Plant Family Welfare Plant Welfare in Industrial Practice Under National Socialism Conclusion Notes Index

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書名 Industrial housewives : women's social work for women in the factories in Nazi Germany
著作者等 Sachse, Carola
出版元 The Institute for Research in History and the Haworth Press
刊行年月 c1987
ページ数 97 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0866566104
NCID BA03480507
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国