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Social Movement and Unionism in France: A Case for Revitalization?

Abstract : From the mid-1990s onwards, France has been rocked by ongoing social protests. This article considers whether and how these protests provide a strategic context for the “revitalization” of labor organizations. After providing insights into the French industrial relations system, particular attention is given to three cases: the organizing of unemployed and migrant workers, the alter-globalization movement, and recently established independent trade union Solidaires, Unitaires et Démocratiques, which epitomize emerging forces and contradictions at play. The conclusion reconsiders the revitalization thesis in the light of these cases.
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Stéphane Le Queux, Ivan Sainsaulieu. Social Movement and Unionism in France: A Case for Revitalization?. Labor Studies Journal, 2010, Labor Studies Journal, 35 (4), pp.503-519. ⟨10.1177/0160449X10379644⟩. ⟨hal-03147026⟩

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