2 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1977-1978)

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           Labor Studies Journal


Vol. 2, No. 1                                           Spring 1977


                              Contents

Prepaid and Other Group Legal Services for
  Trade Unionists                          Lynn A. Ohman         3

Labor Studies: New Kid on Campus          Helmut J. Golatz       15

The Quality of Working Life of Auto Assemblers    Al Nash       23

Convention                                     Loren Scott      36

Evolution of the Affiliated Schools in Workers' Education from
  Coordination to Educational Service    Richard E. Dwyer       37

Research Note: Parental Influence and Trade Union Knowledge
                                               G.S. Rajan       50

AUDIO-VISUAL  REFERENCE SHELF                                   54

COMMENTARY   AND CORRESPONDENCE                                  61

BOOK  REVIEWS                                                    64

Labor Issues of American International Trade and Investment. By
    Daniel J. B. Mitchell.
    Reviewed by Betty G. Lall
Pension Plans and Public Policy. By William C. Greenough and
    Francis P. King
    Reviewed by Richard W. Humphreys
Public Employee Pension Funds. By Robert Tilove
     Reviewed by Harry Graham
 Women and the Workplace: Implications of Occupational Segrega-
    tion. Martha Blaxall and Barbara B. Reagan, Eds.
Sex, Age and Work: Changing Composition of the Labor Force. By
     Juanita Kreps and Robert Clark
     Reviewed by Ruth Spitz

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