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This article reviews three recent books about challenges facing contemporary labor movements. Clawson’s argument that U.S. labor unions ought to seek a fusion with 1960s social movements to build a broad challenge to neoliberal politics reflects the seriousness of labor’s crisis in the United...
The association between exposure to workplace critical incidents and problem drinking is examined using a sample of males employed in a variety of blue-collar occupations. Incident exposure is found to have a significant association with problem drinking. Consistent with the “kindling”...
The employment of women in female-dominated occupations and men in male-dominated occupations (sex traditional employment) is a fundamental source of economic sex inequality. Despite this, we know little about how organizational practices and policies link workers to sex traditional jobs. The...
In the context of legislation to promote employment of persons with disabilities (Americans With Disabilities Act), trend data analysis results are showing employment rates that are moving in a downward rather than an upward direction. This review of two recent books on the labor market...
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