Organizing for Collective Action: The Political Economies of Associations

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Organizing for Collective Action investigates the political and economic behaviors of national associations, including trade associations, professional societies, labor unions, and public interest groups. It focuses upon the ways that these organizations acquire resources and allocate them to various collective actions, particularly for member services, public relations, and political action. This analysis is structured around three broad theoretical paradigms for collective action: (1) the problem of societal integration ...

Organizing for Collective Action: The Political Economies of Associations 1990, Routledge, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780202304120

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