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Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games
(Organizational Research Methods, 2010)
This paper deals with interviewing reluctant respondents. The analysis is used to construct a process oriented model of respondent rapport and empathy. By assessing respondent rapport in a reflective way the paper contributes ...
(Still) Up to no Good: Reconfiguring the boundaries of worker resistance and misbehaviour in an increasingly non-union world
(International Labour Process Conference, 2010-03)
There has been significant development in the way industrial conflict and worker resistance has been analysed over the past fifteen years. While researchers have observed the quantitative decline of traditional forms of ...
Occupation as resistance: The case of worker sit-ins in the Irish Republic
(International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA), 2010-06)
Replicating global trends, the Irish Republic has been mired in a deepening fiscal and economic crisis since 2008. At workplace level there has been a steady increase in cash-strapped firms forced to restructure and/or ...
De-collectivism and managerial ideology: towards an understanding of trade union opposition
(International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 2010)
Employers have long preferred to manage without the incursion of a trade union in company affairs. Much of the extant literature views managerial opposition to unions in terms of discrete typologies of union suppression ...