Footnotes 1 See, for example, G. K. Ingham: Size of Industrial Organization and Worker Behaviour , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1970. 2 See, for example, E. F. Schumacher: Small is Beautiful, a Study of Economics as if People Mattered , Blond and Briggs, London, 1973; and Small Firms, Report of the Committee of Inquiry on Small Firms , HMSO, Cmnd 481 (Bolton Report), London, 1971. 3 Schumacher: op. cit. 4 Bolton Report: op. cit., p. 21. 5 Ingham: op. cit., Ch. 3, espec. pp. 46–53. 6 Ingham sees this orientation as well exemplified by the workers in: J. Goldthorpe, D. Lockwood, F. Bechhofer and J. Platt: The Affluent Worker: Industrial Attitudes and Behaviour , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1968. 7 Ingham: op. cit., p. 38. 8 ibid., p. 39. 9 E. V. Batstone: ‘Deference and the Ethos of Small Town Capitalism’ in M. Bulmer (ed.): Working Class Images of Society , Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1975 and Aspects of Stratification in a Community Context : A Study of Class Attitudes and the Size Effect , Ph.D. thesis, University of Wales, 1969. 10 Batstone in Bulmer: op. cit., espec. pp. 122–124. 11 Batstone: op. cit., 1969, pp. 112–113
The Sociological Review – Wiley
Published: May 1, 1979
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