Table of contents for Political protest and labour movements in Korea : solidarity among Korean white-collar workers / Doowon Suh.

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Introduction
History and Dynamics of White-Collar Unionism in Korea
Impediments of Enterprise Unionism
Theoretical Agenda, Explanatory Framework, and Causal Structure
Comparison Cases
Data Sources
White-Collar Unionism as Social Movements
Definition of White-Collar Labor and Its Trade Union
White-Collar Union Growth and Middle-Class Formation in the West
Cross-Societal Variation of White-Collar Unionism in the West
Labor as Social Movements
Three Main Theoretical Perspectives: Structuralism, Voluntarism, and Constructionism
Integrative and Processual Explanatory Framework
Theoretical Frameworks for Political Protest and Labor Solidarity
Collective Action Outcomes
Political Opportunity
Organizational Leadership
Personal Welfare and Economic Justice
Wage Differential Reduction Demand and Consequences
National Trend in Wage Structure
Union Relative Wage Effect
Subjective Criteria for Wage Increases: Different Interpretive Frameworks
Internal Labor Market and Labor Process: Frame Construction
Workplace Innovation
Political Protest and Social Reform
External Criticism and Coalition Strategy
Intersectoral Variation in Social Reform
Conditions for Political Protest and Social Reform (1): Perceived Collective Action Outcome Failure
Conditions for Political Protest and Social Reform (2): Government Repression
Conditions for Political Protest and Social Reform (3): Leadership Efficacy in Consensus Formation
Inter-Union Solidarity and Industrial Unionism
Union Density Decline and Financial Crisis
Coalitional Repertoires: Collaborative Struggle and Multiemployer Bargaining
Differences in Solidarity Growth
Conditions for Inter-Union Solidarity (1): Perceived Coalition Movement Outcome Success
Conditions for Inter-Union Solidarity (2): Positive Government Response
Conditions for Inter-Union Solidarity (3): Intermediate Leadership Centralization
Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Labor movement -- Korea (South).
White collar workers -- Labor unions -- Korea (South).
White collar workers -- Korea (South).
Industrial relations -- Korea (South).
Social movements -- Korea (South).