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Newsletter Vol.20 No.4 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Nov 1992

Newsletter Vol.20 No.4 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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Newsletter Vol.20 No.3 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Sep 1992

Newsletter Vol.20 No.3 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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The Supreme Court As Risk Manager: An Analysis Of Skinner, Todd F. Volyn, James F. Mogan, Lisa M. White Jun 1992

The Supreme Court As Risk Manager: An Analysis Of Skinner, Todd F. Volyn, James F. Mogan, Lisa M. White

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Examining a recent case in which the U.S. Supreme Court approved the collection of blood and urine samples from railroad employees, the authors conclude that, in attempting to improve railroad safety, both majority and minority opinions reflected undue emphasis on technical issues and inadequate attention to the intangible social values underlying traditional Constitutional rights to privacy.


In The Jungle Of Cities [Review Of The Book Harold Washington And The Neighborhoods: Progressive City Reform In Chicago, 1983-1987], Nick Salvatore May 1992

In The Jungle Of Cities [Review Of The Book Harold Washington And The Neighborhoods: Progressive City Reform In Chicago, 1983-1987], Nick Salvatore

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] At first glance such a spatial transformation of work may seem positive, as indeed it was for the largely white work force that left the city and staffed these new positions. But left behind geographically, economically, and socially were the largely black (and to a lesser extent, Mexican) working-class residents. It was at this juncture, with jobs disappearing and the urban social structure fragmented, that black Chicago, symbolized in the person of Harold Washington, finally assumed political power. In Harold Washington and the Neighborhoods, editors Pierre Clavel and Wim Wiewel have collected a group of essays that examine the ...


Newsletter Vol.20 No.2 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Apr 1992

Newsletter Vol.20 No.2 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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From Libertarianism To Egalitarianism, Justin Schwartz Jan 1992

From Libertarianism To Egalitarianism, Justin Schwartz

Justin Schwartz

A standard natural rights argument for libertarianism is based on the labor theory of property: the idea that I own my self and my labor, and so if I "mix" my own labor with something previously unowned or to which I have a have a right, I come to own the thing with which I have mixed by labor. This initially intuitively attractive idea is at the basis of the theories of property and the role of government of John Locke and Robert Nozick. Locke saw and Nozick agreed that fairness to others requires a proviso: that I leave "enough ...


Newsletter Vol.20 No.1 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Jan 1992

Newsletter Vol.20 No.1 1992, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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Introduction To The Demography Volume, Samuel B. Bacharach, Pamela S. Tolbert Jan 1992

Introduction To The Demography Volume, Samuel B. Bacharach, Pamela S. Tolbert

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[Excerpt] This volume represents another effort by Research in the Sociology of Organizations to focus on a crucial issue in organizational sociology. In some of the previous volumes, we concentrated on organizations and professions (Volume 8, 1991), the structuring of participation in organizations (Volume 7, 1989), and the social psychological processes in organizations (Volume 3, 1984). This volume concentrates on one of the most important emerging issues in organizational sociology—the issue of organizational demography.