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eBook Labour and Parastatal Politics in Sierra Leone: A Study of African Working-Class Ambivalence (Dalhousie African Studies Series) ePub

by David Fashole Luke

  • ISBN: 0819139572
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: David Fashole Luke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of America (May 3, 1984)
  • Pages: 281
  • ePub book: 1263 kb
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Labour and Parastatal Politics in Sierra Leone: A Study of African Working-Class Ambivalence.

Labour and Parastatal Politics in Sierra Leone: A Study of African Working-Class Ambivalence. The International Journal of African Historical Studies.

Centre of African Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Page 135 note 4 Luke, David Fashole, Labour and Parastatal Politics in Sierra Leone: a study of African working-class ambivalence (Lanham, New York, and London, 1984). Department of International Relations and Politics, Staffordshire Polytechnic, Stoke-on-Trent. Page 135 note 5 See Decalo, Samuel, ‘African Personal Dictatorships’, in The Journal of Modern African Studies (Cambridge), 23, 2 06 1985, pp. 209–37.

Labour and parastatal politics in Sierra Leone : a study of African working-class ambivalence

Labour and parastatal politics in Sierra Leone : a study of African working-class ambivalence. In its description of lower-paid workers in an African public corporation, this volume presents an original contribution to the discussion of class formation in contemporary Africa.

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In its description of lower-paid workers in an African public corporation, this volume presents an original contribution to the discussion of class formation in contemporary Africa. Primarily an empirical study of the Dock Workers' Union at the Sierra Leone port organization, analysis is made of the union's attitudes, relation with management, political elites, and views of other trade unions. Written for students of political economy, sociology, labor relations and public administration. Co-published with Dalhousie University Press.