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Industrial Housewives : Women''s Social Work in the Factories of Nazi Germany

By: Sachse, Carola.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (163 p.).ISBN: 9781135850227.Subject(s): Industrial welfare -- Germany -- History | Women -- Employment -- Germany -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Industrial Housewives : Women''s Social Work in the Factories of Nazi GermanyDDC classification: 362.8/5/088042 | 362.85088042 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter One: The Beginnings of Industrial Social Work; Management Views Industrial Social Work; Chapter Two: Factory Family Welfare in the 1920s; Chapter Three: The Bielefeld Model of Industrial Social Work; Chapter Four: Petty Warfare Between the Giants: Industry vs. the DAF; Chapter Five: Factory or Family? Industrial Social Work versus Plant Family Welfare; The DAF Plan for "Industrial Social Work"; Chapter Six: Plant Welfare in Industrial Practice Under National Socialism; From 1929-30 to 1934-35
From 1935-36 to 1939-40From 1940-41 to 1944-45; Chapter Seven: Conclusion; Industrial Social Work as Part of the National Socialist Women's Policy; Divergence between Employers' and National Socialist Women's Policy; Notes; Index
Summary: 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.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter One: The Beginnings of Industrial Social Work; Management Views Industrial Social Work; Chapter Two: Factory Family Welfare in the 1920s; Chapter Three: The Bielefeld Model of Industrial Social Work; Chapter Four: Petty Warfare Between the Giants: Industry vs. the DAF; Chapter Five: Factory or Family? Industrial Social Work versus Plant Family Welfare; The DAF Plan for "Industrial Social Work"; Chapter Six: Plant Welfare in Industrial Practice Under National Socialism; From 1929-30 to 1934-35

From 1935-36 to 1939-40From 1940-41 to 1944-45; Chapter Seven: Conclusion; Industrial Social Work as Part of the National Socialist Women's Policy; Divergence between Employers' and National Socialist Women's Policy; Notes; Index

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.

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