Laura Levine Frader advances the argument that the male breadwinner ideal was stronger in France in the interwar years than scholars have typically recognized.Gender in the Making of the French Social Model Laura Levine Frader ... the state postal, telephone, and telegraph services (ptt) also adopted elements of scientific management hoping to increase efficiency and productivity. The Citroen automobile plants in the northwestern extremity of Paris in the 1920s stood as the most highly rationalized ... simple machines, making nuts and bolts and parts for automobile gas filters (noyautage), producing 800 bolts an hour and 960 gas filter parts.
|Title||:||Breadwinners and Citizens|
|Author||:||Laura Levine Frader|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press - 2008-03-28|