Includes bibliographical references (p. -213) and index.
Work as a problem in European history / Jurgen Kocka -- Discourses on work and labour in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Germany / Josef Ehmer -- Beginnings of the anthropology of work : nineteenth-century social scientists and their influence on ethnography / Gerd Spittler -- The vision(s) of work in the nineteenth-century German labour movement / Thomas Welskopp -- Work in gender, gender in work : the German case in comparative perspective / Karin Hausen -- Trust as work / Ute Frevert -- Soldiering and working : almost the same? Reviewing practices in industry and the military in twentieth-century contexts / Alf Ludtke -- Forced labour in the Second World War : the German case and responsibility / Klaus Tenfelde -- Work, Max Weber, Confucianism : the Confucian ethic and the spirit of Japanese capitalism / Sebastian Conrad -- What is global labour history good for? / Andreas Eckert.
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