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Searching for injustice and finding solidarity? A contribution to mobilisation theory

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posted on 02.10.2008 by Maurizio Atzeni
This paper, using empirical data from cases of mobilisation in 1996 in Argentina, offers new evidence to build on the theory of mobilisation as recently proposed by Kelly. The use of injustice as the basis of mobilisation, raises some doubts for both its intrinsic subjective nature, and in the light of cases of spontaneous mobilisations. A re-formulation of the theory is suggested, less attached to a mechanical sequence and more rooted in the contradictions of the capitalist labour process. Contact the author at: M.Atzeni@lboro.ac.uk

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  • Business and Economics

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  • Business

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ATZENI, M., 2009. Searching for injustice and finding solidarity? A contribution to mobilisation theory. Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (1), pp. 5-16.

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© Blackwell Publishing / © The author

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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2009

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This article was accepted for publication in the Industrial Relations Journal [© Blackwell Publishing]. The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2338.2008.00510.x

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0019-8692;1468-2338

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en

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