17 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1992-1993)

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         Labor Studies Journal

Vol. 17, No. 1                                          Spring 1992


Employee Socialization Strategies and the Presence of
  Union Representation
                                       H. Eugene Baker III       5

Efficiency Is Not Enough
                                             Roy J. Adams        18

Responding to Technological Innovation: Unions and
  Cell Manufacturing
                          Keith Knauss and Michael Matuszak     29

Toward a Better Understanding of Unions: An Education
  Program for Future Managers
      Larry D. Terry, Susan C. Kirby, and Barbara J. Easterling 49

BooK REvIEws:                                                   64
Poletown: Community Betrayed. By Jeanie Wylie
  Reviewed by Bruce Nissen
The Cruikshank Chronicles: Anecdotes, Stories and Memoirs of a
  New  Deal Liberal. Edited by Alice M. Hoffman and Howard S. Hoffman
  Reviewed by John Schmidman
Men, Women, and Work: Class, Gender, and Protest in the New England
  Shoe Industry, 1780-1910. By Mary H. Blewett
  Reviewed by Carrie G. Donald
Men's Work, Women's Work: A Sociological History of the
  Sexual Division of Labour in Employment. By Harriet Bradley
  Reviewed by Mary G. H. Lazarsky
The Roots of Community Organizing, 1917-1939.
  By Neil B. Betten and Michael J. Austin
  Reviewed by Norman Lederer

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