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Author:Jack Fiorito , Irene Padavic , Zachary A. Russell
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 2014, Vol.35 (4), pp.346-357Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Whether termed participation, organizational or union citizenship, extra-role behaviors, or activism, union members’ voluntary efforts on behalf of the union have received renewed academic and practitioner interest in recent years. The reason for the renewed int...
Author:Jack Fiorito , Paul Jarley
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 2012, Vol.33 (4), pp.461-486Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study analyzes U.S. union organizing activity and membership growth from 1990 to 2004, a period in which an overall pattern of union decline continued and in which organizing achieved renewed prominence as both a union policy and public policy issue. Models...
Author:Jack Fiorito , Irene Padavic , Philip S. DeOrtentiis
Data Source:[J].British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2015, Vol.53 (3), pp.556-579Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Membership mobilization is widely regarded as critical for union revitalization. Estimates of the level of activism vary widely, and studies reveal puzzling inconsistencies between union members' beliefs and intentions. Drawing from Ajzen's theory of planned beh...
Author:Jack Fiorito
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 1986, Vol.8 (3), pp.271-289Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper examines the concept of union instrumentality in light of theoretical literature and contemporary trends in union political activity. A broad concept of union instrumentality, including a place for the concept of union political instrumentality (e.g., unio...
Author:Jack Fiorito , Gregor Gall , Arthur D. Martinez
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 2010, Vol.31 (3), pp.263-284Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Research on union renewal often cites a critical role for lay activism. This study examines determinants of activism and activism intentions among a broadly representative sample of U.S. union members. Hypotheses are developed from theory and previous research o...
Author:Jack Fiorito , Thomas C. Kohler
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 1991, Vol.12 (2), pp.197-203Springer
Author:Jack Fiorito , Charles R. Greer
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 1986, Vol.7 (2), pp.145-164Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study uses moderated regression analysis and two major sources of individual data to examine gender differences in union membership, pro-union voting intent, union instrumentality, and relative confidence in union leaders. Some specific male-female differences a...
Author:Jack Fiorito , Lee P. Stepina , Dennis P. Bozeman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 1996, Vol.17 (3), pp.463-478Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Data indicate a substantial and growing “unionism gap” between the public and private sectors. Previous research identifies possible explanations for this gap, including preferences for collective action, political considerations, fears of employer retaliation, ...
Author:... John Delaney , Paul Jarley , Jack Fiorito
Data Source:[J].Journal of Labor Research, 1997, Vol.18 (3), pp.379-401Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) We examine the effects of participation, profit sharing, and participation program structure on managerial assessments of employee support for policy changes. Evidence suggests that managers perceived greater support from employees covered by participation or profit...

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