The Working Class in Canadian History Research Paper by Master Researcher

The Working Class in Canadian History
Examines the evolution of the working class in Canadian labor history.
# 85308 | 3,375 words | 18 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Labor Studies (General)

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This assignment involves two interviewed subjects reflecting on the changed environment in the labour force since 1960s. The paper looks at the unsuitability of unionisation to their particular field.

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"This paper's focus on Oral History has been most helpful in removing a number of assumptions to do with post-World War II labour in Toronto, and an industry that has forever drawn new Canadian workers. Two subjects were interviewed, at length, the first, a now retired person who spent his entire working life in the Canadian hospitality industry. (Schiff ) His background was not working class. Instead, he was a delasse European displaced person who arrived in Toronto as a youth with his mother, in the early 1950s."

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