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- xiii, 179 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- 1. Industrial Justice and Social Change. American Unionism through Foreign Eyes. The Difference between Arbitrators and Judges. The Myth of Management. The State of the American Worker. Styles of Participative Management: A Comparison of Japan and Western Europe -- 2. The Practice of Industrial-Justice. Practical Advice on Industrial Justice. The Use and Misuse of Computers in Personnel Decisions. Science and the Problems of Systems Analysis -- 3. The Application: The Humanized Workplace. Industrial Justice. Formal Social Systems Drive Out Informal Ones. A Fresh Start. Consultation. What Standards? The Problems of Meritocracy. What is a Good Manager? Conclusion -- 4. The Psychological Context. The Psychology of Loyalty and of Work. The Moral Basis of Authoritarianism. Alienation and Addiction. Competition. Pressuring Institutions and Flat Personalities -- 5. The Historical Context. Minimum Wage as a Cultural Construct. Status and Contract in the Employment Relationship.Includes bibliographical references (p. -175) and index.Industrial Justice and Social Change -- 6. The Present. The Right to Be Average. Contours of Conformity. "Workers' Participation in the Federal Republic of Germany in an International Perspective" / J. Schregle.