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As the debate on participation has proceeded over the past eight years, two distinct streams of thought have emerged. One favours an imposed system, brought about by the law the other favours the organic approach, starting informally from small beginnings but with no preconceived limits on how...
Interest in this important subject was stimulated by the articles written about it in July 1976, January 1977 and May 1977 by John Wellens. He draws attention to the lack of interest the trade unions and the employer associations in the UK have shown in the idea of employee shareholding. The...
Throughout the 1960's and early 1970's there has been increasing concern in industry and in the community at large over the widening gap between the Education Service and the rest of the community. These concerns seemed to be twofold. Firstly the education system was not meeting the needs of the...
Though the voices are much less strident than in the 1960s, we still hear some very bold assertions of the computer's potential as a training aid. These often come from computer enthusiasts, psychologists speculating on the practical value of their research and, particularly more recently, from...
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