Trade Unionism in Recession

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INDEX
Abercombic N.330
Aberdeen9, 138 n., 231n.
availability of well-paid employment in 302
compared with Rochdale 243
early growth of oil-related employment 292-3
exceptionalism in 209
history and character of labour- market in 319
importance for SCELI research design 286
poor union organization for oil industry in 305-6
prevalence of sub-contractor work in 287
response-rate in Baseline Employer Survey 326-8
response-rate in Household and Community Survey 322
response-rate in Work Histories/Attitudes Survey 320-2
Travel to Work Area restricted for SCELI 321
union membership fluctuation in 183
union membership in 191
union strength in 142
absenteeism 81, 267
commitment to work and 88
trends in Rochdale 265-6
ACAS (Advisory and Conciliation Service) 86
role in settling 1989 North Sea oil dispute 310-11
actor approach, in SCELI research on trade unions 11-12
actor intentions 12
actor orientation:
support for union and 168
ACTSS (Association of Clerical, Technical and Supervisory Staffs) 262,295-6
Addison, J. T.217, 333
Adeney, M.246, 329
Advisory and Conciliation Service, see ACAS
AEU (Amalgamated Engineering Union) 259, 268, 269, 290
alienation from unionism 21
amalgamation of unions 26-7
Amemiya, T.189, 210, 329
American employers 28-30, 88, 133
communications practice of 16, 79-80
effect on regime of control 75
Anderson, M.329
anecdotal method of social analysis 283
anti-unionism:
amongst employers 14
continuing strength of North Sea employers 313-18
exaggeration of employer 134
principled 171
rarity of ideological 106, 282-5
renewal of employers' in North Sea 305-6
of servicemen's partners 111-12
source of among employees 126
weaknesses of evidence of 172-3
Antos, J. R.192, 329
APEX (Association of Professional and Executive Staff) 260, 290, 292
area effects, see 'locality effects'
Argyll oilfield 293
Armstrong, P.250, 329
Ashton, D. N.337
Asian employees 28
ASLEF (Association of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen) and Miners' Strike of 1984-5247
assertive apathy towards unionism 95-8, 125-7

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