Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History

Why Compare Labour in Australia and Britain?

Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History (2005), 88, (1), 1–7.

Abstract

This introduction to the thematic section explains the genesis and sets the methodological and historiographical contexts of the comparative Australian and British articles which appear in this issue of Labour History. Having made a case for comparative Australian and British labour history, the introduction then identifies the scarcity of research in this area and considers the ways in which the articles presented here can contribute towards filling gaps and further developing comparative and trans-national knowledge and understanding.

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Kirk, Neville

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