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Title Can class still unite? : the differentiated work force, class solidarity and trade unions / edited by Guy van Gyes, Hans de Witte, Patrick Pasture
Edition 1st
Published London : Routledge, 2017
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Description 1 online resource
Series Routledge revivals
Contents Introduction: modernization of trade unions and class analysis, Guy van Gyes; The crisis of union representation, Andrew J. Richards; The transformation of social classes: from deproletarianization#x9D; to individualization#x9D;?, Michael Vester; Class identity in contemporary Britain: the demise of collectivism?, Mike Savage; Social segregation in a working-class community: economic and social change in the South Wales coalfield, David Adamson; Labour market dualization and trade union involvement in Spain, Javier G. Polavieja; Union participation in The Netherlands: differences between traditional and new#x9D; employees, Sjoerd Goslinga and Bert Klandermans; Models for industrial relations in the private service industries, Maurizio Ambrosini; Urban centredness as a source of variation in middle-class formation: evidence from North London, Tim Butler; Class, collective action and the countryside, Martin Phillips; Building again? trade unions and formalization in the British construction industry, Ian Roberts and Tim Strangleman; For-itself but not in-itself: class and democracy in post-communist Europe, David Ost; Can class still unite?: lessons from the American experience, Sherry Linkon and John Russo; Does class still unite? concluding remarks, Bert Klandermans; Bibliography
Notes Originally published: Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Labor unions.
Social classes.
Labor unions.
Social classes.
Form Electronic book
Author Gyes, Guy van, editor.
Pasture, Patrick, 1961- editor.
Witte, Hans de, editor.
ISBN 1315187418