Representing identity and work in transition: the case of South Yorkshire coal mining communities in Britain

Wall, C., Kirk, J. and Jefferys, S. 2011. Representing identity and work in transition: the case of South Yorkshire coal mining communities in Britain. in: Kirk, J., Contrepois, S. and Jefferys, S. (ed.) Changing work and community identities in European regions: perspectives on the past and present Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 184-216

Chapter titleRepresenting identity and work in transition: the case of South Yorkshire coal mining communities in Britain
AuthorsWall, C., Kirk, J. and Jefferys, S.
EditorsKirk, J., Contrepois, S. and Jefferys, S.
Book titleChanging work and community identities in European regions: perspectives on the past and present
Page range184-216
Year2011
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Publication dates
Published2011
Place of publicationBasingstoke
ISBN9780230249547

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