Publication Date

5-1-1976

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[Excerpt] In a time of generally declining economic activity, labor studies for college credit is a flourishing enterprise. While college enrollments are dropping, budgets being cut back, and new or marginal programs disappearing, labor studies degree programs are expanding. Why? What accounts for this new movement in higher education?

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Gray, L. (1976). Labor studies credit and degree programs: A growth sector of higher education [Electronic version]. Labor Studies Journal, 1(1), 34-51.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/66

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