Fb2 Theorising the dynamics of industrial relations and trade unionism: Lessons from the Singapore case (Working papers) ePub
by Ern Ser Tan
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Author:||Ern Ser Tan|
|Publisher:||Dept. of Sociology, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore (1993)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1690 kb|
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Working Paper 116, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore, 1993. TAYLOR, . & BOWERS, D. Survey of Organizations: A Machine Scored Standardized Questionnaire Instrument.
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International Trade Unionism in a Globalizing World: A Case Study of New Labour Internationalism. Hobbes and His Audience: The Dynamics of Theorizing.
How successful has unionism been in achieving the above objective? .
Hence, for better or for worse, the fate of trade unionism will be closely coupled with that of the nation-state. For our analysis in this paper, we will use the Singapore case as a template for examining the conditions that unions are likely to encounter and the strategies they may utilise to fulfil their role as organizations committed to meeting the needs of workers in the 21st Century.
I The origins of trade unionism, 1. II The Struggle for existence 1799-1825, 64.
In the process of taking away powers from the state and delegating its functions to the society, workers’ participation in management is of great importance. Workers’ self- governing bodies may be formed which can participate effectively and efficiently in management.
Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work: Figure 1. International Relations of the . International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Vol. 15, Issue. 47 Hameiri, Shahar and Jayasuriya, Kanishka, ‘Regulatory Regionalism and the Dynamics of Territorial Politics: The Case of the Asia-Pacific Region’, Political Studies, 59:1 (2011), pp. 20–37. 48 See Olsen, Johan . ‘The Many Faces of Europeanization’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 40:5 (2002), pp. 921–52; Hettne, ‘The Europeanisation of Europe’. 49 Hameiri and Jayasuriya, ‘Regulatory Regionalism and the Dynamics of Territorial Politics’.
Basing on material in the Vatican Secret Archives, the paper aims at providing a detailed reconstruction of the origin of this important papal document for the first time. The concept of field therefore is discussed starting from the seminal work of Pierre Bourdieu, passing through the theoretical approach promoted by the School. In particular, the concept of isomorphism (DiMaggio & Powell, 1983) has been considered. Bourdieu’s and Powell/Di Maggio works are part of the strong basement on which Fligstein and McAdam develop the idea of emerging strategic action fields.