Cuentos Tradicionales Asturianos Miguel Ignacio Arrieta Gallastegui pdf lit doc

June 17, 2019

Cuentos Tradicionales Asturianos por Miguel Ignacio Arrieta Gallastegui

Titulo del libro: Cuentos Tradicionales Asturianos

Autor: Miguel Ignacio Arrieta Gallastegui

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It is well known that Asturian mining was an economic sector in which, for approximately a century, the company"s business management techniques, called paternalism, were put into practice. In general, these were a way of guaranteeing the optimum use and fidelity of the labor force through the application of welfare policies that concealed an intrusion into the private life of the workers that was formally inadmissible in a liberal state. The supervision of the employer or his delegates during working hours could be constant and complete, at least in theory, but outside the employer did not have any right to control the activities of their workers. On the other hand, it could be said that most of the interferences that occurred in the business ideal of free time came from that broad field that Maurice Agulhon defined as sociability. Within the aforementioned paternalistic strategy of extending employer control outside the workplace, this was an unavoidable aspect, because of the proliferation of "popular" associative experiences because of their majority composition, but which had the orientation of elements from other classes. It is understandable that giving these associations adequate tutelage to their ends would not be very costly for those bourgeois promoters, whether they were mutual societies, choirs or even workers" associations. This does not mean that in these areas there is no room for conflict and autonomous organization of the popular sectors, but it will rarely occur. However, the expressions of informal sociability, more spontaneous, unstructured and unstable, present a greater difficulty to be intervened by other social classes and are viewed with suspicion in certain areas.It is well known that Asturian mining was an economic sector in which, For approximately a century, the company"s business management techniques, called paternalism, were put into practice. In general, these were a way of guaranteeing the optimum use and fidelity of the labor force through the application of welfare policies that concealed an intrusion into the private life of the workers that was formally inadmissible in the liberal state. The supervision of the employer or his delegates during working hours could be constant and complete, at least in theory, but outside the employer did not have any right to control the activities of their workers. On the other hand, it could be said that most of the interferences that occurred in the business ideal of free time came from that broad field that Maurice Agulhon defined as sociability. Within the aforementioned paternalistic strategy of extending employer control outside the workplace, this was an unavoidable aspect, because of the proliferation of "popular" associative experiences because of their majority composition, but which had the orientation of elements from other classes. It is understandable that giving these associations adequate tutelage to their ends would not be very costly for those bourgeois promoters, whether they were mutual societies, choirs or even workers" associations. This does not mean that in these areas there is no room for conflict and autonomous organization of the popular sectors, but it will rarely occur. However, the expressions of informal sociability, more spontaneous, unstructured and unstable, present a greater difficulty to be intervened by other social classes and are viewed with suspicion in certain areas.