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Author Triece, Mary Eleanor, 1967-

Title Protest and popular culture : women in the U.S. labor movement, 1894-1917 / Mary E. Triece
Published [Place of publication not identified] : Routledge, 2018
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Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Understanding Popular and Protest Rhetorics -- Women's Activism and Popular Framings: Past and Present -- Debating Culture and Social Transformation: Dawn of a New Era? -- Materialist Feminism: Bringing the Class Factor Back into Cultural Studies -- Situating and Analyzing Popular and Protest Discourses -- Rethinking What's "New" in the "Postmodern Age -- Notes -- 1 Propriety in a Period of Upheaval -- Justifying the Status Quo: The Rhetoric of Naturalization in the Atlantic Monthly -- The Magazine that "Stood the Culture -- Naturalization and the Bourgeois Reading Experience -- 1894-1895: The Atlantic Monthly Evades -- 1902-1904: The Atlantic Acknowledges -- 1909-1917: Offering Reform and Justifying the Status Quo -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 2 Helping Our Sisters Out: Middle-Class Reformers in the Muckraking Movement -- Popularizing Social Movements: The Rhetoric of Universalization in McClure's Magazine -- McClure's: The Magazine "Synonymous with Muckraking -- Universalization: Human-Interest Stories as a Rhetorical Frame -- 1894-1895: Universalization and Harmonious Relations -- 1902-1903: Universalizing Through Ideals -- 1909-1917: Universalization and Mainstreaming -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3 Domesticating Dissent: Replacing Collective Protest with Homelife and Self-improvement -- Negotiators of Consent: Publishers of Mail-Order Journals for the Working Class -- Popular Framings of Working-Class Life: An Overview -- 1894-1903: Managing Contradictions -- 1909-1917: Managing Class Unrest -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 4 From Sewing Machine to Solidarity in the Streets -- Rhetoric and Social Transformation: Expanding Current Studies -- Class Differences Among Women and Girls in the Early Twentieth Century -- Disrupting a "Natural Order
Revealing Class Differences -- Upending the "Happy Home -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 5 Protest and Popular Culture: Bridging Past and Present -- Lesson 1: The Persistence of Popular Ideologies -- Lesson 2: The Relevance of a Laboring Agency and Extra-discursive Tactics -- Contemporary Parallels: Popular Media Portrayals -- The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same: The Late-Twentieth-Century Workplace -- Final Thoughts -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Subject Women consumers -- United States -- History
Women in the labor movement -- United States -- History
Women -- Employment -- United States -- History
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429977611
9780429977619