Contemporary British Working-Class Literature: Precarity and Transcendent Solidarity
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Denne masteroppgaven ser på samtids arbeiderklasselitteratur, og analyserer hvordan den gir uttrykk for en økende usikkerhet (precarity) i livene til arbeiderklassefolk. Dette analyseres gjennom samtids klasseanalyse av Geoffrey Evans og James Tilley, samt Guy Standings teori om prekariatet (The precariat).
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