Members and Nonmembers Determinants of Dues-Paying Membership in a Bargaining Unit

McClendon, John A.
April 2000
Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Spring2000, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p332
Academic Journal
Examines the determinants of dues-paying membership in the Temple Association of University Professionals in the United States. Relationship of behavior with the attitudes about unions; Perceptions on the effectiveness of alternative faculty governance; Views on the appropriateness of unionization for professional employees.


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