Trade Unionism and Social Class

  • K. Prandy
  • A. Stewart
  • R. M. Blackburn
Part of the Cambridge Studies in Sociology book series (CAMBSIS)

Abstract

In this, the second of our books focused on non-manual employees, we are concerned with collective representation and particularly with employee involvement therein. Our major aim is to locate unionism in a broader theoretical context, and thus to address significant issues of social stratification. This means continuing a long-running debate which we now seek to bring up to date. In the process we hope to develop a more adequate understanding of both trade unionism and stratification.

Keywords

Income Stratification Expense Parkin Trade Unionism 

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© K. Prandy, A. Stewart and R. M. Blackburn 1983

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  • K. Prandy
  • A. Stewart
  • R. M. Blackburn

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