21 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1996-1997)

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         Labor Studies Journal
Vol. 21, No. 1                                           Spring 1996


An Explanatory Model of Participation in Union Activity
                       Renaud  Paquet and Jean-Guy Bergeron        3

The Continental Classroom: Teaching Labour Studies On-Line
                                                Jeff Taylor       19
Too Little, Too Late: The Limits of Stand-Alone
   Arbitration in Discharge Cases
                                            James Wallihan        39

Unions and NAFTA's  Legislative Passage: Confrontation and Cover
                         Ken Jennings and Jeffrey W. Steagall     61

   Edited by Roberta Till-Retz                                    80
Persistent Inequalities: Wage Disparity under Capitalist Competition.
   By Howard  Botwinick
   Reviewed by Marc Linder
Longer Hours, Fewer Jobs: Employment & Unemployment
   in the United States.
   By Michael D. Yates
   Reviewed by Ralph A. Johnson
The Changing U.S. Labor Market.
   Edited by Eli Ginzberg
   Reviewed by Steven Deutsch
Rights at Work: Pay Equity Reform and the Politics of Legal Mobilization.
   By Michael W. McCann
   Reviewed by Deborah M. Figart
The New  American Workplace: Transforming Work Systems
   in the United States.
   By Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt
   Reviewed by Howard Harris
Beyond Mass  Production: The Japanese System and Its Transfer to the U.S.
   By Martin Kenney and Richard Florida
   Reviewed by Howard Harris

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