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$12.00, Paper, 352 pages, 1982

Workplace Democracy and Social Change
eds. F. Lindenfeld and J. Rothschild-Whitt 

 

Table of Contents


Introduction
Reshaping Work: Prospects and Problems of Workplace Democracy
Joyce Rothschild-Whitt
Frank Lindenfield 

Part 1: CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIZATIONAL DEMOCRACY 
Introduction to Part 1
1. The Collectivist Organization: An Alternative to Bureaucratic Models, Joyce Rothschild-Whitt
2. Necessary Elements for Effective Worker Participation in Decision-Making, Paul Bernstein 

Part 2: ORGANIZATION DEMOCRACY AND THE INDIVIDUAL 
Introduction to Part 2
3. Workers' Ownership and Attitudes Towards Participation, Tove Helland Hammer, Robert N. Stern and Michael A. Gurdon
4. The Rewards of Participation in the Worker-Owned Firm, Raymond Russell
5. Fears of Conflict in Face-to-Face Democracies, Jane J. Mansbridge
6. Collective Work and Self-Identity: Working in a Feminist Illegal Abortion Collective, Melinda Bart Schlesinger and Pauline B. Bart 

Part 3: LARGE-SCALE WORKERS' COOPERATIVES: CASE STUDIES 
Introduction to Part 3
7. The Worker-Owned Plywood Cooperatives, Katrina V. Berman
8. The Mondragon System of Worker Cooperatives, Ana Gutierrez Johnson and William Foote Whyte
9. The Origin, Structure, and Problems of Four British Producers' Cooperatives, J. David Edelstein
10. At IGP, It's Not Business as Usual, Daniel Zwerdling

 

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