Undermining Industrial Citizenship: Deindustrialization,
Gibbs, E. (2016) Undermining Industrial Citizenship: Deindustrialization and the Rise of Precarious Employment in the Lanarkshire Coalfield, Scotland and Sudbury Hard Rock Mining, Canada. In: International Labour Process Conference 2016: Working Revolutions, Revolutionising Work, Berlin, Germany, 04-06 Apr 2016, Full text not currently available from Enlighten.After Industrial Citizenship: Adapting to Precarious,,22-03-2018· Unlike in Lanarkshire, Sudbury's mining industry still plays a major role in the local economy. Despite occasional and temporary disruptions in employment due to labour strife and economic lows, the industry is still considered to offer stable and long-term employment. However, significant diversification has taken place.In pictures: Scotland’s lost coal mining industry | The,,02-10-2015· In 1971 around 290,000 men were employed in the coal mining industry working at 292 pits across the UK - down from a workforce of 700,000 as recently as 1955.