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Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
On the Relationship between Catholicism and Marxism By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This short book contains a previously unpublished article of personal reflections on the relationship between Catholicism and Marxism. The book includes a critique of the Social Teaching encyclicals... More > written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II in the 1980s. Our conclusion is that it is completely possible, although at times existentially challenging, to be a Roman Catholic-Marxist. We will see how John Paul II subtly incorporated some of the key ideas of the liberation theologians into the official body of Roman Catholic Social Teaching after 1986. This book should help younger researchers who might be interested in but are struggling with Catholic Social Teaching and/or Marxism in either theoretical and/or practical realms.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less
Sydney's Construction Union Strategy and Immigrant Workers By Kieran James & Jenny Kwai-Sim Leung
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This book studies the Sydney (Lidcombe) branch of Australia’s CFMEU in an attempt to document and critique its branch level strategy in the year immediately after the removal of the... More > Howard-Costello Government, i.e. November 2007 to November 2008. This ‘transitional time’, prior to the Rudd-Gillard Government releasing its own plans for workplace relations, was a time of excitement and anticipation in union offices and building sites across the country as people perceived that the balance of power between labour and capital had changed. However, industry participants remained unsure of exactly how far the new government would go in dismantling the repressive workplace laws of its predecessor. CFMEU strategy at the Sydney branch level revolved around a program of ‘rebuilding influence' on the building sites. We also document CFMEU strategy in relation to immigrant worker issues, as revealed through several micro-cases, and offer some observations as to how effective the CFMEU’s actions were in each case.< Less

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