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" Of course they are right, since class is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the machine works once it is set in motion — not this interest and that interest, but the friction of interests — the movement itself, the heat, the thundering... "
Iran Between Two Revolutions - Page 3
by Ervand Abrahamian - 1982 - 561 lehte
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Social and Sexual Revolution: Essays on Marx and Reich

Bertell Ollman - 1979 - 228 lehte
...they are also versions of what is found. The distinction is well captured in EP Thompson's claim that "class is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the machine works once it is set in motion."42 To offer a strict definition of "class" where brief, relative and conditional indications...
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Social Science as Civic Discourse: Essays on the Invention, Legitimation ...

Richard Harvey Brown - 1989 - 227 lehte
...engine-room to look, tell us that nowhere at all have they been able to locate and classify a class. ... Of course they are right, since class is not this...machine works once it is set in motion — not this interest and that interest, but the friction of interests — the movement itself, the heat, the thundering...
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Kings and Clans: Ijwi Island and the Lake Kivu Rift, 1780-1840

David S. Newbury - 1991 - 371 lehte
...Thompson draws on a metaphor of industrialization, a similar analysis could be applied to clans on Ijwi: Class is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the machine works once it is set in motion—not this or that interest but the friction of interests, the movement itself, the heat, the...
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Potter Addition: Poverty, Family, and Kinship in a Heartland Community

David L. Harvey - 1993 - 326 lehte
...all have they been able to locate and classify a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies,...machine, but the way the machine works once it is set into motion—not this interest and that interest, but the friction of interests—the movement itself,...
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Managing the Organizational Melting Pot: Dilemmas of Workplace Diversity

Pushkala Prasad - 1997 - 395 lehte
...to locate and classify a class. They can only find a multitude of people wilh different oecupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course,...class is not this or that part of the machine, but the ivrty the machine works once it is set in motion — not this interest and that interest, but ihe frirtion...
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Feminist Locations: Global and Local, Theory and Practice

Marianne DeKoven - 2001 - 345 lehte
...WORK: MATERIALIZING STRUCTURES/ PRODUCING WORKERS AND THE MANlFOLD POSSIBILITIES FOR RECONFlGURATION "(C)lass is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the machine works . . . the friction of interests — the movement itself, the heat, the thundering noise. . . . class...
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Interpreting Quantitative Data

David Byrne - 2002 - 176 lehte
...rather than variables who have the capacity to act and reflect on society. (Elliott, 1999: 101-2) ... class is not this or that part of the machine, but...machine works once it is set in motion - not this interest and that interest, but the friction of interests the movement itself, the heat, the thundering...
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Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies in Irish History and Culture

Stephen Howe - 2002 - 334 lehte
...not things but processes. One could well say of colonial power what Thompson said of class: ' [It] is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the machine works once it is set in motion ... the movement itself, the heat, the thundering noise . . . ultimately, the definition can only be...
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Sociology for Pharmacists: An Introduction

Kevin M. G. Taylor, Sarah Nettleton, Geoffrey Harding - 2003 - 208 lehte
...all have they been able to locate and classify a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies,...that interest, but the friction of interests - the movement itself, the heat, the thundering noise. Class is a social and cultural formation (often finding...
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Adult Learning and Technology in Working-Class Life

Peter Sawchuk - 2003 - 252 lehte
...all have they been able to locate and classify a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies,...set in motion - not this and that interest, but the faction of interests - the movement itself, the heat, the thundering noise. . . . When we speak of...
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