Labour Studies Index

Updated: 2022-05-16
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(JOUR) A Litmus Test for Democracy: The Impact of Ontario Welfare Changes on Single Mothers, 2001
(JOUR) Affirmative Action and Employment Equity: Policy, Ideology, and Backlash in Canadian Context, 2007
(JOUR) Class Formation and Class Consciousness: The Making of Shoreworkers in the BC Fishing Industry, 1986
(JOUR) Freedom of association and the political economy of rights: the collective freedoms of workers after SFL v. Saskatchewan, 2017
(JOUR) Garment Production in Canada: Social and Political Implications, 2007
(JOUR) Listening to History Rather than Historians: Reflections on Working Class History, 1986
(JOUR) Organized labour and the shifting landscape of local politics in Ontario, 2014
(JOUR) Precarious employment and precarious resistance: “we are people still”, 2016
(JOUR) Regulating Hospital Social Workers and Nurses: Propping Up an Efficient Lean Health Care System, 2015
(JOUR) Remembering Texpack: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Militancy in Canadian Unions in the 1970s, 2006
(JOUR) Resisting regulatory rigidities: lessons from front-line care work, 2015
(JOUR) Social Unionism and Membership Participation: What Role for Union Democracy?, 2008
(JOUR) Social Unionism and Membership Participation: What Role for Union Democracy?, 2008
(JOUR) Statistical Profiling of the Unemployed, 2015
(JOUR) The Indian, the Métis and the fur trade: Class, sexism and racism in the transition from “communism” to capitalism, 1983
(JOUR) The International Activities Of Trade Unions: A Sociohistorical Analysis Based On The Case Of Quebec, 2006
(JOUR) The Structure of Betrayal: Trade Union Bureaucracy and Public Sector Struggles in British Columbia, 2009
(JOUR) Toyotaism Meets the 60-Hour Work Week: Coercion, Consent, and the Regulation of Working Time, 2007