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ERIC Number: ED020454
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 1
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LABOR TRAINING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, A CHALLENGE IN RESPONSIBLE DEMOCRACY.
ZACK, ARNOLD
THIS STUDY DISCUSSES THE POLITICAL AND SOCIOECONOMIC ROLE OF TRADE UNIONS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS, EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING NEEDS OF UNIONISTS, LEADERSHIP TRAINING METHODS (OVERSEAS TOURS, REGIONAL COURSES, RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS), ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEMS, CURRICULUM PLANNING, EFFECTS OF SPONSOR OBJECTIVES, THE SELECTION OF STAFF AND PARTICIPANTS, TRAINING METHODOLOGY, EVALUATION PROCEDURES, PROGRAM IMPACTS, AND WAYS OF IMPROVING UNION AND GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT COOPERATION BY BUSINESS, GOVERNMENTAL, AND OTHER EMPLOYEES TO MAINTAIN AND SUPPORT REGIMES AIMED AT RESPONSIBLE CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT MAY PRODUCE CONDITIONS CONDUCIVE TO CONSTRUCTIVE AND FREE TRADE UNIONS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS. APPENDIXES DESCRIBE PROGRAMS IN INDIA, PURETO RICO, THE UNITED STATES, THE PHILIPPINES, ISRAEL, MEXICO, UGANDA, AND GENEVA (SWITZERLAND). THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM FREDERICK A. PRAEGER, NEW YORK. 198 PAGES. (LY)
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Identifiers: AFRICA; ASIA; INDIA; ISRAEL; LATIN AMERICA; MEXICO; PHILIPPINES; PUERTO RICO; SWITZERLAND; UGANDA; UNITED STATES