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Collective negotiations in higher education; a reader. Edited by Clarence R. Hughes, Robert L. Underbrink [and] Charles O. Gordon.

Author/Creator:
Hughes, Clarence R., comp.
Publication:
Carlinville, Ill., Blackburn College Press [1973]
Format/Description:
Book
ii, 226 p. 24 cm.
Subjects:
Collective bargaining -- College teachers -- United States -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
Watts, C. H. Problems of academic governance.
Boyd, W. B. Collective bargaining in academe.
Tyler, G. The faculty joins the proletariat.
Mayhew, L. B. Faculty demands and faculty militance.
Kugler, I. Collective bargaining for the faculty.
Belcher, A. L. Labor-management relations in higher education.
Howe, R. A. The bloody business of bargaining.
Gianopulos, J. Collective bargaining.
Hughes, C. R. Collective bargaining and the private college.
Spurr, S. H. Faculty power versus student power.
McHugh, W. F. Collective bargaining and the college student.
Hanley, D. L. Issues and models for collective bargaining in higher education.
A.A.U.P. statement: Special Joint Committee on Representation, Bargaining and Sanctions. Faculty participation in strikes.
Kadish, S. H. The strike and the professoriate.
Kugler, I. The Union speaks for itself.
A.A.U.P. statement of position.
A.F.T. statement of position.
N.E.A. statement of position.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Underbrink, Robert L., joint comp.
Gordon, Charles O., joint comp.
OCLC:
666877
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