Series: Labor and Social Change

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Between Women: Domestics and Their Employers (Labor And Social Change) by Judith Rollins1985
Chaos On The Shop Floor: A Worker's View of Quality, Productivity, and Management by Tom Juravich1985
Organizing the Movement: The Roots and Growth of ACORN by Gary Delgado1986
The American perception of class by Reeve Vanneman1987
Beyond the Market and the State: New Directions in Community Development (Labor and Social Change Series) by Severyn T. Bruyn1987
Worker Participation and the Politics of Reform by Carmen Sirianni1987
Inhuman Relations: Quality Circles and Anti-Unionism in American Industry by Guillermo J. Grenier1988
Work Without End: Abandoning Shorter Hours for the Right to Work by Benjamin Hunnicutt1988
Communities in Economic Crisis: Appalachia and the South by John Gaventa1990
Labor at the ballot box : the Massachusetts prevailing wage campaign of 1988 by Mark Erlich1990
On Strike at Hormel: The Struggle for a Democratic Labor Movement by Hardy Green1990
Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics: Opposition and the Reform in Poland Since 1968 by David Ost1990
Down the Backstretch: Racing and the American Dream (Labor and Social Change) by Carole Case1991
Toxic Work: Women Workers at GTE Lenkurt by Steve Fox1991
Engineering Culture: Control and Commitment in a High-Tech Corporation by Gideon Kunda1992
Work and Democracy in Socialist Cuba by Linda Fuller1992
From Plant to Politics: The Autoworkers Union in Postwar Canada by Charlotte A. B. Yates1993
The Psychodynamics of Organizations by Larry Hirschhorn1993
Technology assessment :a feminist perspective by Janine Marie Morgall1993
Newcomers in the workplace : immigrants and the restructuring of the U.S. economy by Louise Lamphere1994
The Union Inspiration in American Politics: The Autoworkers and the Making of a Liberal Industrial Order by Stephen Amberg1994
Politics and the Class Divide: Working People and the Middle-Class Left by David Croteau1995
Business Of Practicing Law by Carroll Seron1996
Kellogg's Six-Hour Day by Benjamin Kline Hunnicutt1996
Lost Talent: Women in the Sciences by Sandra L. Hanson1996
Working in the Service Society by Cameron Lynne Macdonald1996
Black Corporate Executives: The Making and Breaking of a Black Middle Class by Sharon Collins1997
We Can't Eat Prestige: The Women Who Organized Harvard by John Hoerr1997
Journeys of Women in Science and Engineering: No Universal Constants by Susan A. Ambrose1998
One-Eyed Science: Occupational Health and Women Workers by Karen Messing1998
Underground Woman: My Four Years As a New York City Subway Conductor by Marian Swerdlow1998
Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project by Ruth Howes1999

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  1. Labor of Love, Labor of Sorrow: Black Women, Work and the Family, from Slavery to the Present by Jacqueline Jones (1985)
  2. Gurus, Hired Guns, and Warm Bodies: Itinerant Experts in a Knowledge Economy by Stephen R. Barley (2004)
  3. One union in wood by Jerry Lembcke (1984)
  4. A Needle, a Bobbin, a Strike: Women Needleworkers in America by Joan M. Jensen (1984)
  5. The Web of Inclusion by Sally Helgesen (1995)
  6. Out to Work: The History of Wage-Earning Women in the United States by Alice Kessler-Harris (1982)
  7. Men and Women of the Corporation by Rosabeth Moss Kanter (1977)
  8. Seven Days a Week: Women and Domestic Service in Industrializing America by David M. Katzman (1978)
  9. The Betrayal of Local 14 by Julius G. Getman (1999)
  10. The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis by Walter W. Powell (1991)
  11. Labor's Flaming Youth: Telephone Operators and Worker Militancy, 1878-1923 by Stephen H. Norwood (1990)
  12. A Peacock in the Land of Penguins: A Tale of Diversity and Discovery by B. J. Gallagher Hateley (1995)
  13. America's Working Women: A Documentary History 1600 to the Present by Rosalyn Fraad Baxandall (1976)
  14. Doméstica: Immigrant Workers Cleaning and Caring in the Shadows of Affluence by Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (2001)
  15. On Strike for Respect: The Clerical and Technical Workers' Strike at Yale University, 1984-85 by Toni Gilpin (1988)

Series description

Editors: Paula Rayman and Carmen Sirianni
Includes books on workplace issues like worker participation, quality of work life, shorter hours, technological change, and productivity, as well as union and community organizing and ethnographies of particular occupations.
-from the Temple University Press series page

LT is missing:
Liberalism at work : the rise and fall of OSHA by Charles Noble (1986)
Digging our own graves : coal miners and the struggle over black lung disease by Barbara Ellen Smith (1987)
Work on the waterfront : worker power and technological change in a west coast port by William Finlay (1988)
Worktime and industrialization : an international history edited by Gary Cross (1988)
Reducing workweeks to prevent layoffs : the economic and social impacts of unemployment insurance-supported work sharing by Fred Best (1988)
Education for struggle : the American labor colleges of the 1920s and 1930s by Richard J. Altenbaugh (1990)
Working time in transition : the political economy of working hours in industrial nations edited by Karl Hinrichs, William Roche, and Carmen Sirianni (1991)
Professions and the state : expertise and autonomy in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe edited by Anthony Jones (1991)
Beyond employment : time, work, and the informal economy by Claus Offe and Rolf G. Heinze (1992)
Technological change and co-determination in Sweden by Åke Sandberg (1992)
The Challenge of restructuring : North American labor movements respond edited by Jane Jenson and Rianne Mahon (1993)
The origins of southern sharecropping by Edward Royce (1993)
Pedal to the metal : the work lives of truckers by Lawrence J. Ouellet (1994)
Organizing in hard times : labor and neighborhoods in Hartford by Louise B. Simmons (1994)
Broken promise : the subversion of U.S. labor relations policy, 1947-1994 by James A. Gross (1995)

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