British Working-Class Hauntings: 30 Years of Deindustrialization and Consequences of a Moral Economy

To be working class in Britain today is a difficult space to occupy, after thirty years of de-industrialisation, and then the de-canting of the term working-class from a place of pride, and stability where class identities were attached to local communities, kinship, and places of work. Successive Governments since the late 1970’s have followed often […]