Working For Wages
The Roots of Insurgency

Glaberman, Martin; Faber, Seymour
Publisher:  General Hall
Year Published:  1999
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10645

One of the crucial elements of our subject is contradiction. It is the element that is most difficult for traditional social science to comprehend and deal with. As a result, the conclusions and findings of academic research tend to be tentative and conservative.... The ordinary understanding of working-class activity is based on the idea that consciousness leads to, or causes, action. It would seem more valid to say that action leads to consciousness or, more precisely, that activity and consciousness interact in ways that are rarely predictable.

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