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Labour movements in Latin America

Robert J. Alexander

Labour movements in Latin America

by Robert J. Alexander

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Published by Fabian Publications, Gollancz in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Robert J. Alexander.
SeriesFabian research series -- no.122
ContributionsFabian Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination24p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18559521M

An examination of the role of the Latin American State in the day-to-day practice of collective bargaining and the conflicts surrounding it. It also provides a study of the social and political role of labour and the impact of today's economic crisis on existing patterns of organization. DeShazo, Peter. "Workers, labor unions & industrial workers in Latin America," Latin American Research Rev2 () Hall, Michael M. & Hobart A. Spalding, Jr. "The urban working class & early Latin American labour movements, ," in Cambridge History of Latin America .

Filed under: Working class -- Latin America -- Periodicals Worker's World (organ of the Worker's World Party, s-present) (partial serial archives) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Buy State, Industrial Relations and the Labour Movement in Latin America: v. 1 (Latin American Studies Series) by Jean Carriere, etc., Nigel Haworth, Jacqueline Roddick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

In his preface, Foner says that this study chronicles the reaction of labor unions and Socialists in the United States to events in Latin America from the Mexican War of to the founding of the Pan American Federation of Labor in [I]mportant elements in both movements opposed imperialism as practiced by their own by: 1. The Labor Movement Socialism and the Arts Tenentes Revolt and Brazilian Communism A History of Modern Latin America: to the Present Teresa A. Meade This book covers well over years of Latin American history. It begins with a brief summary of European.


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Alba, Víctor Politics and the labor movement in Latin America. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California. ASIN BBNYGK This is an encyclopedic history of labor unions in Latin America.

If you have ever wondered what went wrong in these countries you should read this book, as it lifts old rocks to show the hidden machinations for power.5/5(1).

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(Robert Jackson), Labour movements in Latin America. London, Fabian Publications, Shelves: read-latin-america-history Found this book extremely informative and helpful in understanding the dynamics of why labor movements emerged in the ways they did in four fairly distinct Latin American nations in the first decades of the 20th century.

A bit dense, but really, really worthwhile/5. Labour movements in Latin America. London, Fabian Publications, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert J Alexander.

The State, Industrial Relations and the Labour Movement in Latin America: Volume 1 | Jean Carrière, Nigel Haworth, Jacqueline Roddick (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The labor movement is here defined as workers’ organizations with the capacity and.

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Politics and the Labor Movement in Latin America. Víctor Alba. Stanford University Press, Politics and the Labor Movement in Latin America: Author:. The Analysis of Labour Movements in Latin America: Typologies and theories IAN ROXBOROUGH Department of Sociology, LSE Institute of Latin American Studies University of London This article addresses the question of whether an adequate theory for explaining the historical development of Latin American labour movements is currently available.

Hobart Spalding, Organized Labor in Latin America (New York, ). The best and most recent survey of Latin American labor history, Spalding's work differs fundamentally from the approach pursued in this volume. It emphasizes how changing external, interna­ tional ties affect the common experience of the labor movements of the region, as File Size: 3MB.

One of the country's most respected scholars of Latin American politics and economic affairs, Professor Alexander is the author or editor of forty-five earlier books, most of them focusing on Latin 4/5(1).

The start of the 21st Century has been marked by global demands for economic justice. From the wave that swept through Latin America in the early s, and the Arab revolutions fromto the Occupy and anti-austerity movements in Europe and North America, the last 20 years have witnessed the birth of a new type of mass mobilisation.

“Deals in a systematic way with a very important topic, the world of work in Latin America and prospects for reform there. Scholars, citizens, and activists should pay heed.”—José A. Alemán, author of Labor Relations in New Democracies: East Asia, Latin America, and Europe “Brings up to date our understanding of the nature of work and the fate of labor movements in five important.

Latin America has a long urban tradition. Since the middle of the nineteenth century, it has been more urbanized than any other region on the globe except North America, northwestern Europe, and Australia/New Zealand.

This has produced large urban working classes, large labor movements, and an equally large—and by now traditional—labor historiography, particularly in Latin America : James P.

Brennan. Shaping The Political Arena: Critical Junctures, the Labor Movement, and Regime Dynamics in Latin America Ruth Berins Collier, David Collier “This book is a disciplined, paired comparison of the eight Latin American countries with the longest history of urban commercial and industrial development—Brazil and Chile, Mexico and Venezuela.

During the s, governments, employers, and international agencies pressed for greater flexibility in labor regulations throughout much of Latin America. In this comparative study of six Latin American countries, Maria Lorena Cook shows why these common pressures for flexibility led to varied labor reform outcomes.

Her examination of the role of organized labor in shaping reform highlights Author: Maria Lorena Cook. This book presents a comparative analysis of the organizing trajectories of indigenous women’s movements in Peru, Mexico, and Bolivia. The authors’ innovative research reveals how the articulation of gender and ethnicity is central to shape indigenous women’s discourses.

Labor studies in Latin America have undergone important transformations in the early 21st century. Workers in several countries have contested the flexible processes of labor and work that were common through the s and s and the labor movement has transformed some of its traditional strategies.

As a consequence, the field is witnessing important debates, such as those linked to the Author: Omar Manky Bonilla. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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