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Blue Collar Man

Patterns of Dual Allegiance in Industry

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674429277

Publication Date: 01/01/1960

300 pages

12 halftones, 60 tables

Wertheim Publications in Industrial Relations


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  • Foreword by Ross Stagner
  • Foreword by Peter F. Drucker
  • Author’s Preface
  • Part One: His Dual World
    • I. Workers’ Tale of Three Cities—A Comparison
    • II. Plants and Unions
    • III. Neighborhoods and Packinghouse Workers
  • Part Two: His Role As Employee
    • IV. The Worker Looks at His Company
    • V. Foreman and Worker
    • VI. Five Aspects of the Job
    • VII. The Chance to Get Ahead
    • VIII. Problems of Wage Incentives
    • IX. Aspirations for His Children
  • Part Three: His Role As Unionist
    • X. The Worker Looks at His Union
    • XI. Union Member and Union Leader
    • XII. Grievances
    • XIII. Patterns of Rank-and-File Union Participation
  • Part Four: His Actions and Reactions
    • XIV. Strikes and Allegiance
    • XV. Three Patterns of Dual Allegiance
    • Appendixes
      • I. Statistical Tables
      • II. The Nonparametric Statistics and the Joint-Median Test Used in This Research
      • III. Intercomparisons of Company and Union Allegiance and of All Other Attitudes
  • Notes
  • Index

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