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Record #179286:

The black book of 1913: a means of disciplining whaling employees / Dag Ingemar Børresen.

Title: The black book of 1913: a means of disciplining whaling employees / Dag Ingemar Børresen.
Author(s): Børresen, Dag Ingemar.
Date: 2006.
Publisher: Sandefjord: Sandfjordmuseene
In: Whaling and history II : new perspectives. (2006.),
Abstract: Pieces together scarce sources and documentation on black book maintained by Norwegian Whaling Association on behalf of whaling companies to record individuals considered lazy, who initiated strikes, or engaged in political activity and were therefore unwanted as crewmembers in whaling fleet. Black book became important tool for controlling employees, and its introduction following strike aboard floating factory ship Ems at Grytviken during 1912-23 whaling season, those listed in it, and its demise, are all described.
Notes:

In: Whaling and history II : new perspectives / Jan Erik Ringstad, ed.

Keywords: 639.245.1 -- Whaling industry.
331 -- Employment.
331.104 -- Industrial relations.
331.105.42 -- Employers' associations.
331.109.32 -- Strikes.
331.2 -- Wages and salaries.
331.3 -- Working conditions.
93"191" -- 1910-1919.
V -- History.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*723) -- South Georgia and Shag Rocks.
SPRI record no.: 179286

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