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Silicosis : a world history
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Éditeur Johns Hopkins University Press
Année copyright 2017
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Silicosis : a world history
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1 vol. (IX-279 p.) ; 24 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. p. [235]-263. Index
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Classification Dewey
616.244
Contenu
Introduction : why silicosis? / Paul-Andre Rosental ; Why is silicosis so important? / Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner ; The genesis and development of the scientific concept of pulmonary silicosis during the nineteenth century / Alberto Baldasseroni and Francesco Carnevale ; Johannesburg and beyond : silicosis as a transnational and imperial disease (1900-1940) / Jock McCulloch and Paul-Andre Rosental, with Joe Melling ; The politics of recognition and its limitations : legislating on silicosis in the first half of the twentieth century-a national or transnational process? / Martin Lengwiler, Julia Moses, Bernard Thomann with Joseph Melling ; Silicosis and "silicosis" : minimizing compensation costs, or, Why do occupational diseases cost so little? / Paul-Andre Rosental and Bernard Thomann ; Silica or coal? design and implementation of dust prevention in the collieries in western economies (circa 1930-1980) / Eric Geerkens ; Conclusion : silica, silicosis and occupational health in the globalized world of the twenty-first century / Francesco Carnevale, Paul-Andre Rosental and Bernard Thomann
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978-1-4214-2155-1
9781421421568
1-4214-2155-0
1421421569
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