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Office Politics: Computers, Labor, and the Fight for Safety and Health

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The book presents more of a 'journalistic' than a research approach to this topic, since no original research is presented. Like many studies of the genre, it is better in identifying problems than in analyzing realistic solutions. Instead of focusing on how to make the market work better, the author believes the solutions lie in more government regulations and labor union power.

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Morgensen, a research associate at Michael Harrington Center at Queens College, City Univ. of New York, focuses on political processes associated with federal and state attempts to regulate video display terminals. . . The book presents more of a 'journalistic' than a research approach to this topic, since no original research is presented. Like many studies of the genre, it is better in identifying problems than in analyzing realistic solutions. Instead of focusing on how to make the market work better, the author believes the solutions lie in more government regulations and labor union power. An excellent index and bibliography are provided. Given the comprehensive coverage of the political aspects of the topic, Office Topics is recommended for collections in public policy and public health. Annotation copyright H.W. Wilson Company. Fottler

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Author Vernon L. Mogensen
Publisher Rutgers University Press (August 1996)
Format Paperback
Pages 223
ISBN-10 0813522862
ISBN-13 978-0813522869

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