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by Marino Regini

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Author:
Marino Regini
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978-0803979772
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0803979770
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SAGE Publications Ltd (November 11, 1994)
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Series: SAGE Studies in International Sociology

Series: SAGE Studies in International Sociology. Courses: Sociology of Work & Occupations. The contributors focus on labor movements in both the economic and political dimensions, as actors in the economic system through collective bargaining and other mechanisms and as actors in the political arena, both in corporatist states and in other political systems.

In the light of the experience of the 1980s this volume provides an interdisciplinary reassessment of the traditions and future of collective worker's action in Western states. Contributors assess the roles of labour movements as actors in the economic system through such mechanisms as collective bargaining, and as actors in the political arena.

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Labour movements and the institutions in which they are embodied, particularly trade unions, are also examined in the light of the broader social movements from which they originate.

The ISA’s series SAGE Studies in International Sociology (SSIS), founded in 1974, encourages debates of international significance and maps out future trends of sociological importance

The ISA’s series SAGE Studies in International Sociology (SSIS), founded in 1974, encourages debates of international significance and maps out future trends of sociological importance. The SSIS series identifies new areas of scholarship informing the discipline internationally which have global consequences. Key Texts of World Sociology (KTWS). Challenges of Sociology (CoS).

International Seafarers Trade Unionism in an Era of Globalization’. Introduction: The Past and Future of Social Studies of Labour Movements’, in M. Regini (e., The Future of Labour Movements. Paper for International Conference on the Globalization of Production and the Regulation of Labour, University of Warwick, 11–13 September. Lash, S. and J. Urry. The End of Work: The Decline of the Global Labour Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era.

Contributors assess the roles of labour movements as actors in the economic system through such mechanisms as collective bargaining, and as actors in the political arena

Contributors assess the roles of labour movements as actors in the economic system through such mechanisms as collective bargaining, and as actors in the political arena. Labour movements and the institutions in which they are embodied, particularly trade unions, are also examined in the light of the broader social movements from which they originate. Bringing to. ISBN13: 9780803979772. Publisher: Sage Publications (CA). Pubilcation Year: 1993.

Despite these challenges, many initiatives of international labour solidarity exist, both inside and outside formally . Our goal is to critically analyze and assess practices of labour internationalism in an effort to think about what international workers' solidarity means in Canada today.

Despite these challenges, many initiatives of international labour solidarity exist, both inside and outside formally organized labour. Canada has a rich history of labour internationalism. We aim to identify the challenges and obstacles to building stronger international ties and transnational coordinated action and to come up with ideas and proposals as to how to move forward.

This paper was prepared with the support of the RUDN University program 5-100. Mobility paradigm is a new paradigm shift in social sciences, which theoretical development brought about. new perspectives for sociolinguistics analysis of various discourses. The study of socially important. phenomenon such as international migration and its particular segment – labour migration and legislation.

After a decade dominated by `neo-liberal′ policies and by increasing managerial pressures towards labour flexibility in industrial relations, the role of labour movements is under challenge. In the light of the experience of the 1980s this volume provides an interdisciplinary reassessment of the traditions and future of collective worker′s action in Western states. Contributors assess the roles of labour movements as actors in the economic system through such mechanisms as collective bargaining, and as actors in the political arena. Labour movements and the institutions in which they are embodied, particularly trade unions, are also examined in the light of the broader social movements from which they originate.

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