The future of work in advanced industrial democracies is the subject of intense debate and public concern. Despite predictions that working hours would fall and leisure time would rise and society progressed, the opposite has in fact occurred. This new book contains a twofold investigation into 'the end of work' with theoretical and policy angles contributing to the growing research field on the boundaries of economics and sociology.
Racial Consciousness and Black Scholarship: Charles H. Wesley and the Consciousness of 'Negro Labor in the United States.'(Vindicating the Race: Contributions to African-American Intellectual History) Wilson, Francille Rusan.
The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 81, No. 1-4, Annual 1996
Labor Lauds Return of Brown Shirts Customers Exhale and Labor Cheers Landmark Victory as 15-Day Old UPS Strike Ends Series: It Will Be Up to UPS Employees, like George Hoey, to Win Back Customers Lost during the Strike, Say Analysts. above, Mr. Hoey Autographs a Strike Placard Carried by Marilyn Petitto Devaney, a Watertown, Mass., Town Official, outside a UPS Distribution Center. ROBERT HARBISON - STAFF Peter Grier, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, August 20, 1997
Labor Slugfest over Reviving Lost Clout Donahue and Sweeney Battle to Win Support from Minorities and Women James L. Tyson, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, October 23, 1995