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List of Illustrations
Notes on Translation and Transliteration

Introduction: ‘We Are Like Broken Glass’

Chapter 1. Multiple Temporalities and Shifting Ideologies in Mladost
Chapter 2. Global Inequalities in Close Proximity: Workers’ Divisions, ‘The Market’, Managers and Clients around the Conveyor Belt
Chapter 3. Homework: Gender, Household, and Intimate Relationships across and beyond the Production Line
Chapter 4. The Rigidities and Elasticities of Flexibility
Chapter 5. Smoking and Idle Chimneys: Multiple Temporalities, (in)Visible Labour and Workers’ Identifications in Dilapidating Industrial Spaces
Chapter 6. Change, Continuity and Crisis



Broken Glass, Broken Class

Transformations of Work in Bulgaria

Dimitra Kofti

264 pages, 26 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-036-7 Hb Published (August 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80539-351-1 eBook