'Complaining in corners' : mineworkers and the transition from communism.

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Ashwin, Cicely Sarah Jane;
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This thesis examines the nature and limits of workers' organisation during the Russian transition from communism, on the basis of a detailed case study of a South Kuzbass coal mine, 'Taldym', conducted between 1994 and 1996. Miners have been the most militant group of R... View more
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