Capitalism, patriarchy and the working class: A sociological study of open cut coal mining in Queensland

Williams, Claire (1979). Capitalism, patriarchy and the working class: A sociological study of open cut coal mining in Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.

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Author Williams, Claire
Thesis Title Capitalism, patriarchy and the working class: A sociological study of open cut coal mining in Queensland
School, Centre or Institute School of Social Science
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1979
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Total pages 542
Language eng
Subjects 350203 Industrial Relations
850201 Coal Mining and Extraction
1608 Sociology
Keyword Industrial relations -- Queensland -- Goonyella
Industrial relations -- Queensland -- Peak Downs
Families -- Queensland -- Goonyella
Families -- Queensland -- Peak Downs
Working class -- Queensland -- Goonyella
Working class -- Queensland -- Peak Downs
Goonyella (Qld.) -- Social conditions
Peak Downs (Qld.) -- Social conditions
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