Class Acts: An Anthropology of Service Workers and Their Union

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American labor leaders are constantly developing new programs to revive the union movement. What happens when these plans collide with the daily lives of front-line union staff and members? This book examines the often conflicting interests of key players in the trenches of a national effort to bring back the American labor movement. Brutally honest, funny, never dull, this anthropological ethnography shows the daily struggles of union members today to bring about positive change and hold together their urban labor union in ...

Class Acts: An Anthropology of Service Workers and Their Union 2005, Paradigm Publishers, Boulder, CO

ISBN-13: 9781594510830

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