23 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1998-1999)

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         Labor Studies Journal
Vol. 23, No. 1                                           Spring 1998

                               Contents

Working, Playing, and Fighting for Control: Steelworkers and
   Shopfloor Identity
                                              Robert Bruno         3

Protecting Workers' Rights in Mexico: Local Conciliation
   and Arbitration Boards, Union Registration,
   and Conflict Resolution in the 1990s
                                       Kevin J. Middlebrook
                                     Cirila Quintero Ramirez      21

Power, Politics, and the Union Woman
                                   Margaret Gibbons Wilson
                                             Judith L. King       52

The Rise of South African Trade Unions       Geoffrey Wood
                                             Mark Harcourt        74

BOOK  REVIEws
   Edited by Roberta Till-Retz                                    93

Contract Bargaining Handbook for Local Union Leaders
   by Maurice B. Better
   Reviewed by Dan Holub

How  to Prepare and Present a Labor Arbitration Case:
   Strategy and Tactics for Advocates
   by Charles S. Loughran
   Reviewed by Patti R. Roberts

Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Workplace: Concepts
   and Techniques for Human Resource Executives and Their Counsel
   by E. Patrick McDermott and Arthur B. Berkeley
   Reviewed by Art Shostak

The New  Unionism: Employee Involvement in the Changing Corporation
   by Charles C. Heckscher
   Reviewed by C.K. McFarland

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