Labor Studies | Theories of the Labor Movement
L380 | 5097 | Duggan


Three credit hours;  6:00-9:00 PM Wednesday; Owen Hall 102 (A multi-campus
technology course).  Perspectives on the origin, development, and goals of
organized labor.  Theories include those that view the labor movement as a
business union institution, an agent for social reform, a revolutionary
force, a psychological reaction to industrialization, a moral force, and an
unnecessary intrusion.