La CFDT (1968-1995)
De l'autogestion au syndicalisme de proposition The CFDT From independent management to the unionization of productivity (1968-1995)
In this passionate history of the CFDT (Confédération française démocratique du travail), Nicolas Defaud shows how the CFDT has shifted from management-based socialism to apolitical reformism in less than a generation.
A usefull toolbox for decoding the language and analysis of social movements. This dictionary lists all of the key concepts, explains their origins and development, specifies their usages as well as the debates they address. More tahn 60 authors.
Guy Groux, Jean-Marie Pernot
La grève Strikes -
number 1 The number of strikes is declining, they are no more central in the protest repertoire of the working classes, but they are giving way to a more diffuse form of conflictuality.