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There is no shortage of arguments about the causes of unemployment and its potential solutions. The attention given to the problem is only matched by the failure to achieve a useful analysis. The article looks at why this should be so, and attempts to indicate the potential of a more social...
Knowledge encourages us to be selfaware. The presence or absence of knowledge in ourselves and other people has a clear effect upon our attitudes and behaviour. The different aspects of knowledge and the process of knowing are discussed, together with the sociological effects.
In this article two international research projects on the subject of industrial democracy are discussed. The research teams are far from equal in numbers,funds available, multinationality or familiarity with the countries studied. The authorbelieves that if systems of industrial democracy are...
In the British social formation, especially after 1960, there has been a tendency towards an external mode of control of industrial relations which is based upon the internal regulation of labour collectivities. The article argues that corporatism and hegemony are both inextricably linked facets...
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