Publication Date

January 2001

Abstract

"With the refocusing of attention of the labor movement on organizing, an increasing number of scholars have been directing their research toward the nature and practice of current union organizing efforts. These scholars have begun updating a literature that had grown sorely out of touch with the organizing experience of America’s unions and have provided the foundation for a more sophisticated understanding of the organizing process. While we applaud this resurgence in organizing research, there has not been a comparable resurgence in research on collective bargaining…"

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Suggested Citation
Bronfenbrenner, K., & Juravich, T. (2001). The evolution of strategic and coordinated bargaining campaigns in the 1990s: The steelworkers’ experience [Electronic version]. In L. Turner, H. C. Katz, & R. W. Hurd (Eds.), Rekindling the movement: Labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st century (pp. 211-237). Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/17

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