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Labor education for women workers / edited by Barbara Mayer Wertheimer.

Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1981.
ISBN 0877221986, 0877221936, 9780877221937

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Other Authors Wertheimer, Barbara M.
Subjects Délégués du personnel -- Formation -- États-Unis.
Femmes dans les syndicats -- Formation -- États-Unis.
Industrial relations -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Labor unions -- Officials and employees -- Training of -- United States.
Relations industrielles -- Étude et enseignement -- États-Unis.
Shop stewards -- Training of -- United States.
Syndicats -- Personnel -- Formation -- États-Unis.
Werkende vrouwen.
Women labor union members -- Training of -- United States.
Description xix, 284 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-280) and index.
Contents Preface / Walter G. Davis -- Foreword / Lois S. Gray -- Introduction / Barbara M. Wertheimer -- Part I. Designing programs -- Labor education and women workers : an historical perspective / Joyce L. Kornbluh and Lyn Goldfarb -- Promoting and recuriting : reaching the target audience / Frieda Shoenberg Rozen -- The short course / Rochelle Semel -- Conferences : the one-day model / Joyce L. Kornbluh and Hy Kornbluh -- Training rank and file leaders : a case study / Marjorie B. Rachlin -- Credit programs for working women / Katherine Schrier -- Residential schools / Barbara M. Wertheimer -- Evaluating programs for working adults / Maria-Luz D. Samper and Stanley Rosen -- Part II. Methods and techniques -- Discussion method / Marjorie B. Rachlin -- Case studies : how to develop and use them / Gloria Busman -- Using oral history in the classroom/ Alice M. Hoffman -- Games and other exercises / Anne H. Nelson -- Part III. Subjects and materials -- Labor history through field trips / William Adelman -- Training women for political action / Donna Mobley -- Grievance handling for women stewards / Ida Torres -- Occupational health and safety for women workers : some teaching models / Janet Bertinuson and Andrea M. Hricko -- Education for Affirmative Action : two union approaches / Gloria T. Johnson and Odessa Komer -- How to choose and use materials in education for women workers / James Wallihan -- Subject and materials : how to handle controversy / Connie Kopelov -- Part IV. Funding programs -- How foundations view funding proposals on working women / Susan Vail Berresford -- Funding worker education through tuition refund plans / Mimi Abramovitz -- Part V. The larger view -- Labor education and women workers : an international comparison / Alice H. Cook and Roberta Till-Retz -- A summary discussion / Lawrence Rogin -- Appendix -- A resource on resources / James Wallihan.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6356393
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