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Union Organizing and Labor Outreach in the Contemporary United States, Dixon, Marc , Sociology Compass, Volume 8, Issue 10, p.1183 - 1190, (Submitted)
2014
Do Cultural Differences Explain Differences in Attitudes Towards Unions? Culture and Attitudes Towards Unions Among Call Centre Workers in Britain and India, Sarkar, Santanu, and Charlwood, Andy , Industrial Relations Journal, Volume 45, Issue 1, p.56 - 76, (2014)
Is There a Winning Formula for Union Organizing?, Lepie, Jonathan , Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Volume 26, Issue 2, p.137 - 152, (2014)
Union Effectiveness: In Search of the Holy Grail, Gall, Gregor, and Fiorito, Jack , Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2014/07/29/, Volume Published online before print July 29, 2014, (2014)
Victory at Pomona College: Union Strategy and Immigrant Labor, Silverman, Victor , Labor Studies Journal, 2014/12/30/, Volume Published online before print December 30, 2014,, (2014)
Who Do Unions Target? Unionization over the Life-Cycle of U.S. Businesses (IZA Discussion Paper No. 8416), Dinlersoz, Emin, Greenwood, Jeremy, and Hyat, Henry , 2014///, Bonn, Germany, (2014)
2012
From First Contact to First Contract: A Union Organizer's Handbook, Barry, Bill , 2012///, Annapolis, MD, (2012)
Gendered Projects of Solidarity: Workplace Organizing among Immigrant Women and Men, Cranford, C. J. , Gender, Work & Organization, Volume 19, Issue 2, p.142 - 164, (2012)
The Rise and Fall of Industrial Unionism, Visser, Jelle , Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, Volume 18, Issue 2, p.129 - 141, (2012)
Union Organizing and Membership Growth: Why Don’t They Organize?, Fiorito, Jack, and Jarley, Paul , Journal of Labor Research, Volume 33, Issue 4, p.461 - 486, (2012)
2010
Legal Protection of Workers’ Human Rights: Regulatory Changes and Challenges in the United States, Compa, L. , Human Rights at Work: Perspectives on Law and Regulation, 2010///, Portland, OR, (2010)

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