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Work : opposing viewpoints, Scott Barbour, book editor, Karin L. Swisher, Charles P. Cozic, assistant editors

Label
Work : opposing viewpoints
Title
Work
Title remainder
opposing viewpoints
Statement of responsibility
Scott Barbour, book editor, Karin L. Swisher, Charles P. Cozic, assistant editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
331
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD6955
LC item number
.W667 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1963-
  • 1966-
  • 1957-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Barbour, Scott
  • Swisher, Karin
  • Cozic, Charles P.
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
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  • Work
  • Work
  • Labor market
  • Hard-core unemployed
  • Public welfare
  • Work
  • Labor
  • Public welfare
  • Travail
  • Travail
  • Marché du travail
  • Chômage de longue durée
  • Aide sociale
  • Travail
  • Aide sociale
Label
Work : opposing viewpoints, Scott Barbour, book editor, Karin L. Swisher, Charles P. Cozic, assistant editors
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The education system should emphasize work skills / Ray Marshall & Marc Tucker -- The education system should not emphasize work skills / Peter Shaw -- A German-style apprenticeship program would be effective / Wilfried Prewo -- A German-style apprenticeship program may not be effective / Kenneth A. Couch -- Training programs will benefit U.S. workers / Robert B. Reich -- Training programs may not benefit U.S. workers / John B. Judis -- Government intervention causes unemployment / Lowell Gallaway & Richard Vedder -- Government intervention can foster full employment / Wallace C. Peterson -- Government regulations have created a contingent workforce / William Tucker -- Government regulations are needed to protect the contingent workforce / Chuck Williams -- Increasing the minimum wage reduces employment / Stephen Chapman & Doug Bandow -- Increasing the minimum wage does not reduce employment / Alan B. Krueger -- The influence of labor unions is declining / Richard Edwards -- The influence of labor unions may be increasing / John B. Judis -- Unions are still necessary / Kevin Clarke -- Unions are outdated / Leo Troy -- Labor-management partnerships are beneficial / Barry Bluestone & Irving Bluestone -- Labor-management partnerships are harmful / Mike Parker & Jane Slaughter -- Business should not be allowed to permanently replace striking workers / Robert B. Reich -- Business must be allowed to permanently replace striking workers / David Warner -- Affirmative action promotes equality / Gertrude Ezorsky -- Affirmative action does not promote equality / Herman Belz -- Comparable worth policies can be effective / Elaine Sorensen -- Comparable worth polices are ineffective / Steven E. Rhoads -- Diversity management is beneficial / Ann M. Morrison -- Diversity management is counterproductive / Frederick R. Lynch -- Apprenticeships would increase opportunities for youth / Edward E. Barr -- Apprenticeships would reduce opportunities for youth / Harvey Kantor -- Welfare reform should require recipients to work / Donna E. Shalala -- Welfare reform should not stress work / Neil Gilbert -- Business supports work-family programs / John L. Adams -- Business does not adequately support work-family programs / Jaclyn Fierman -- Working mothers benefit families / The Myers family, interviewed by Judith Valente -- Stay-at-home mothers benefit families / Elena Neuman
Extent
1 online resource (312 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036927396
Label
Work : opposing viewpoints, Scott Barbour, book editor, Karin L. Swisher, Charles P. Cozic, assistant editors
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The education system should emphasize work skills / Ray Marshall & Marc Tucker -- The education system should not emphasize work skills / Peter Shaw -- A German-style apprenticeship program would be effective / Wilfried Prewo -- A German-style apprenticeship program may not be effective / Kenneth A. Couch -- Training programs will benefit U.S. workers / Robert B. Reich -- Training programs may not benefit U.S. workers / John B. Judis -- Government intervention causes unemployment / Lowell Gallaway & Richard Vedder -- Government intervention can foster full employment / Wallace C. Peterson -- Government regulations have created a contingent workforce / William Tucker -- Government regulations are needed to protect the contingent workforce / Chuck Williams -- Increasing the minimum wage reduces employment / Stephen Chapman & Doug Bandow -- Increasing the minimum wage does not reduce employment / Alan B. Krueger -- The influence of labor unions is declining / Richard Edwards -- The influence of labor unions may be increasing / John B. Judis -- Unions are still necessary / Kevin Clarke -- Unions are outdated / Leo Troy -- Labor-management partnerships are beneficial / Barry Bluestone & Irving Bluestone -- Labor-management partnerships are harmful / Mike Parker & Jane Slaughter -- Business should not be allowed to permanently replace striking workers / Robert B. Reich -- Business must be allowed to permanently replace striking workers / David Warner -- Affirmative action promotes equality / Gertrude Ezorsky -- Affirmative action does not promote equality / Herman Belz -- Comparable worth policies can be effective / Elaine Sorensen -- Comparable worth polices are ineffective / Steven E. Rhoads -- Diversity management is beneficial / Ann M. Morrison -- Diversity management is counterproductive / Frederick R. Lynch -- Apprenticeships would increase opportunities for youth / Edward E. Barr -- Apprenticeships would reduce opportunities for youth / Harvey Kantor -- Welfare reform should require recipients to work / Donna E. Shalala -- Welfare reform should not stress work / Neil Gilbert -- Business supports work-family programs / John L. Adams -- Business does not adequately support work-family programs / Jaclyn Fierman -- Working mothers benefit families / The Myers family, interviewed by Judith Valente -- Stay-at-home mothers benefit families / Elena Neuman
Extent
1 online resource (312 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036927396

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