Men at Work: The Working Man in British Culture, 1939–1945

Linsey Robb

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Abstract

Men at Work explores the cultural portrayal of four essential wartime occupations: agriculture, industry, firefighting and the mercantile marine. In analysing a broad spectrum of wartime media (most notably film, radio and visual culture) it establishes a clear hierarchy of masculine roles in British culture during the Second World War.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 2 Sep 2015

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