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La Société de Protection des Apprentis et des Enfants Employés dans les Manufactures e il suo “Bulletin” (1866-1914): una fonte per la storia della tutela e della promozione del lavoro minorile nella Francia industriale

digital La Société de Protection des Apprentis et des Enfants Employés
dans les Manufactures e il suo “Bulletin” (1866-1914): una fonte
per la storia della tutela e della promozione del lavoro minorile
nella Francia industriale
Articolo
rivista BOLLETTINO DELL'ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA
fascicolo BOLLETTINO DELL’ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA - 2014 - 2-3
titolo La Société de Protection des Apprentis et des Enfants Employés dans les Manufactures e il suo “Bulletin” (1866-1914): una fonte per la storia della tutela e della promozione del lavoro minorile nella Francia industriale
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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The essay explains the history of the Société de Protection des Apprentis et des Enfants Employés dans les Manufactures (SPAEEM). This association was founded in Paris in September 1866 by Jean-Baptiste Dumas, an important French chemist and politician who was also member of the Académie de France. SPAEEM primarily aimed to improve work conditions of apprentices and minors who were employed in French factories. The “Bulletin”, published between 1867 and 1914 and which has yet not been deeply studied by historians, allows us to rebuild the role of the Society in the political, social and economic context in which it was set up. It also allows the author to define SPAEEM’s structure and describe the main features of the first four presidencies, from its foundation to 1914.