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Kitchen, Deeb-Paul, II – Thought & Action, 2014
In recent years, issues pertaining to graduate student union organizing have been at the center of several political battles and court cases. This attention is, at least in part, due to the growth of graduate student unions at a time when organized labor's influence is receding in other, more traditionally unionized sectors of the labor force. As…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Labor Market, Activism, Teaching Assistants
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Hernandez, Paul – Thought & Action, 2011
Before graduate school, before his undergraduate degree, before community college, all throughout K-12, this author was considered an "at-risk" student--at risk of dropping out of school. During those early years, he took note of the things that seemed unjust and now he directs his academic work toward engaging at-risk students and…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, Access to Education, Outreach Programs, College Programs
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Semelroth, James – Thought & Action, 1987
The use of labor market differentials to determine college faculty salary structures in different disciplines is examined in the context of Michigan and California faculty's efforts to rectify salary inequity. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Comparative Analysis, Higher Education, Labor Market