• Maurício Rands Barros
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This research has found evidence to support the thesis that the revived Brazilian labour movement, particularly the new unionism grouped in the CUT, has contributed to giving the popular sectors a voice in the public arena. At the same time it has undermined the corporatist framework of industrial relations and forged new workers’ identities which we have described as the culture of active citizenship’. This and the following sections address these three spheres of the contribution of the more dynamic sector of the labour movement.


Trade Union Labour Relation Industrial Relation Political Culture General Meeting 
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© Maurício Rands Barros 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • Maurício Rands Barros
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  1. 1.Federal University of PernambucoBrazil

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