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Author: Frank D. Sisya
ISBN: 0773476725
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 201 pages
Publisher Edwin Mellen Pr (November 1, 2000)
Language English
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Taking the 10,000-member, 48-local New York Country and Municipal Employees District Council 66 (affiliated with ASCME) as a case study, Sisya (sociology, Clark Atlanta . examines the influence of the organizational structure of a regional union on its political life. His study is double spaced.

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Taking the 10,000-member, 48-local New York Country and Municipal Employees District Council 66 (affiliated with ASCME) as a case study, Sisya (sociology, Clark Atlanta U.) examines the influence of the organizational structure of a regional union on its political life. He notes that most research on internal union workings have been at either the national or the local level, so he fills in the middle, looking at council-wide policy decision and programs, the electoral process, and the relations between the district council and its affiliated local unions. His study is double spaced. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)