Class consciousness and industrial relations : a study of trade union leadership ideologies
The survey of trade union leadership attitudes reported in this
study marks an attempt to empirically investigate two central
theoretical propositions about unions and union leaders. The
first of these concerns the question of whether manual and nonmanual
unionism are associated with different forms of consciousness.
The second objective involves an empirical test of the
claim that the influence of the 'dominant ideas' penetrates trade
union leadership thinking and that this basically...[Show more]
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