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'Zweet en bloed van hulpelooze dutsen' De schaduwzijde van een historische foto

Egon Bauwelinck (UGent)
(2013) BROOD & ROZEN. p.40-51
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This article deals with a picture of Ghent women and children demonstrating in 1906. It has been reproduced many time, featured in many exhibitions and captured our imagination as an icon of the evil of the Industrial Revolution and how it affected children. The author traces the history of this picture and explains how this image served as an icon, while ceasing to be historically significant. In addition, he examines why the creators of this pathetic image chose to let it speak for itself instead of letting the victim speak.
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historical image, memory, child labor, victimization

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MLA
Bauwelinck, Egon. “‘Zweet En Bloed Van Hulpelooze Dutsen’ De Schaduwzijde Van Een Historische Foto.” BROOD & ROZEN 4 (2013): 40–51. Print.
APA
Bauwelinck, E. (2013). “Zweet en bloed van hulpelooze dutsen” De schaduwzijde van een historische foto. BROOD & ROZEN, (4), 40–51.
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Bauwelinck, Egon. 2013. “‘Zweet En Bloed Van Hulpelooze Dutsen’ De Schaduwzijde Van Een Historische Foto.” Brood & Rozen (4): 40–51.
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Bauwelinck, Egon. 2013. “‘Zweet En Bloed Van Hulpelooze Dutsen’ De Schaduwzijde Van Een Historische Foto.” Brood & Rozen (4): 40–51.
Vancouver
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Bauwelinck E. “Zweet en bloed van hulpelooze dutsen” De schaduwzijde van een historische foto. BROOD & ROZEN. 2013;(4):40–51.
IEEE
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E. Bauwelinck, “‘Zweet en bloed van hulpelooze dutsen’ De schaduwzijde van een historische foto,” BROOD & ROZEN, no. 4, pp. 40–51, 2013.
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