Tag Archives: Trade Unions

On SAGE Insight: Articles from the Symposium on Lewis Minkin’s The Blair Supremacy

  From Political Studies Review The three articles in this symposium explore different themes and features of Lewis Minkin’s works on Tony Blair The first article, by Eric Shaw, outlines and discusses the main features of Lewis Minkin’s book,The Blair … Continue reading

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Mass incarceration and working class interests: Which side are the unions on?

From Labor Studies Mass incarceration has been one of the most important social policy failures in the U.S. in the last half century. This process has driven millions of members of the poorest sectors of the working class to prison … Continue reading

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Reinventing retirement: New pathways, new arrangements, new meanings

Special issue and podcast From Human Relations This special issue outlines the historical and social context of retirement as a concept and identifies some of the most dramatic broad-based forces of change that in recent years have shaken this established construct to its core. … Continue reading

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Special issue on trade union cultures

From Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research This special issue examines trade union cultures. Articles cover a range of aspects and perspectives, considering history and looking forward. It may be useful for those people, scholars and practitioners alike, who continue … Continue reading

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