Making Workers Soviet: Power, Class, and Identity

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Index
Absenteeism, 185, 259, 307, 322, 337
Accidents. See Work safety issues
Aleksandrov, Diomid (worker, b. c, 1851), 40-41, 46
Alekseev, Petr (worker, b. 1849), 32, 46-49
Anti-Semitism, 140-41, 148
Apprenticeship, 51, 53, 56
Apsit, Aleksandr (poster artist), 344, 350
Artel', 40, 45-46, 62, 143
Authority, workshop. See Foremen; Labor- management relations; Managers; Workers
Baltic Shipbuilding Works, 87-88, 95, 106; conciliation boards in, 131-32; foremen in, 124; 1905 Revolution in, 118; zemliacheswo in, 117
Blacksmith: criticism of poster image of, 360; as iconic representation, 343-52, 365-66, 369, 371; as "lower" type of worker, 30; polyvalence of image of, 353-59, 363
Bloody Sunday (Jan. 9, 1905), effects of, 76, 378
Bolshevik Party: bureaucratization of, 188, 190-91; debates over nature of socialism and labor relations of, 159-61, 164-67; and Donbas miners 140, 147-48, 150-51, 155-58; electoral victories of, 104, 149; iconic representation of, 351-52; language of class and, 193; Menshevik-dominated printers' union and, 170-73, 180-82, 184- 85, See also Communist Party Bourgeois specialists. See ITR; Specialists "Breakdown-prone workers," 298, 301-2
Bribery of foremen, 117, 124-25; in cotton mills, ziio; in mines, 143
Buntarstvo,140, 142, 144
Bureaucratizati on, 188, 190-91, 226-27, 229, 234, 238-39; social pressure for, 246-47
Campaigns, 21, 23, 191, 131, 234, 282-83, 362, 364; class analysis and, 279; culture of, 249; political meaning Of, 386-87; political uses of, 262-63, 268, 287
"Carting out" of managers, 80, 89, 129-30, 145
Ceremonies, workshop, 77, 124-27
Cbaikovtsy group, 39, 47, 56
Child labor, 35-36, 39, 41-43, 46, 51; and abuse by foremen, 120-22; criticized, 47; replacing skilled adults, 106
Civic participation (obsbcbestvennost'), 230, 233-34, 237, 244, 247; expressions of, 305-6; and white-collar workers, 240-41
Civil war: in Donbas, 139, 147, 151-56; effects of, 14-117, 160
Class, definitions of, 1-2, 12-14, 17-20; and assistant foremen, 128; in socialist state, 179-80, 188, 194-96; by Stalin, 381-83
-- language of, 5-6, 17; and Bolshevik Party, 193; and moral judgment, 78-80, 83-84, 379-80; and role of foremen, 136-37; in state socialism, 172
-- use of concept of: and "culture," 4-7; in debates about state socialism, 167; in social analysis, 3, 376-77, 380-83; in Soviet historiography, 12-14; by Soviet state, 279-80; by tsarist regime after 1905, 379
Class consciousness, 3, 7-8, 15-16; context of, 377; among Donbas miners, 155-58; foremen's place in, 123, 125-29; among metalworkers, 109-11; moral principle of, 83-84; among peasants, 276; among printers, 75-78, 81; among textile workers, 216; transitoriness of, 378-79; among unemployed, 97-98, 100
"Class exclusiveness," 59-60
Class formation, 4-6; in Imperial Russia, 9- 11, 85-86, 103-4, 379, 383; and industrialization, 277; and labor process, 216-17; in October Revolution, 13; and role of state, 249-51; in Soviet industrialization, 23-26, 253-54, 383; in Western Europe, 28-19; and white-collar employees, 225
Class identity. See Social identity

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