Labor Studies Journal

"Labor Studies Journal" is a multi-disciplinary academic publication about workers and labor organizations in the United States as well as internationally. It was founded in 1975.

"Labor Studies Journal" is published by the United Association for Labor Education and West Virginia University. Its target audience includes union, university and community-based individuals active in the social sciences and humanities.

Articles cover history, labor law, union organizing strategies, leadership and governance issues, globalization and international trade union cooperation, technology, education and teaching, and a number of other topics. The publication contains reviews of audio-visual materials as well as recently published books.

"Labor Studies Journal" is published four times a year.

External links

* [http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/labor_studies_journal/ "Labor Studies Journal" Web site]
* [http://www.uale.org/ United Association for Labor Education Web site]


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