Rising to the Occasion? Trade Union Revitalisation and Migrant Workers in Ireland



Download 1.11 Mb.
Page37/39
Date conversion17.05.2016
Size1.11 Mb.
1   ...   31   32   33   34   35   36   37   38   39

8.6. Future research


There is considerable scope for future research into the theory and practice of an ‘Irish model’ of organising. As seen above the trade union model was not a particular focus of my research when I started out. It was only through the research process that it became clear that the development of new models and strategies was central to trade union debate and development. A future action oriented research approach could build upon the research conducted for this thesis to further interrogate trade union thinking and to develop the theoretical and practical parameters of what an ‘Irish model’ might look like.
As SIPTU’s engagement with the organising model reaches its fifth year in 2015, this would seem a suitable time to undertake research into its sustainability. As has been noted organising is highly resource intensive and SIPTU entered into it at a time of decreasing union membership. Sustainability is an issue raised in the literature and it was one that also emerged in this research with many of the interviewees involved in organising expressing concerns around member retention following organisation.
A further research area that recommends itself is that of migrants’ experience of trade unions in Ireland. To my knowledge there has only been limited research in that area to date in Ireland (Turner et al, 2008a; 2008b) and there is scope for a more broad based study into migrant workers’ knowledge, experience and expectations of trade unions. This would be a necessary complement to the research I have conducted which has been largely from a trade union rather than a migrant perspective.
Finally, a rich area for research is that of union co-operation and collaboration with NGOs, community groups and faith based groups in reaching out to unorganised workers and the capacity of such alliances to maximise organising and representative efforts. In this context the Irish case could inform the broader international debates underway which are focused largely on the UK and the US.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Allen, K. (2007) Neo-liberalism and immigration in Fanning, B. (ed.) Immigration and Social Change in Ireland, Manchester, Manchester University Press


Allen, K. (2010) The trade unions: from partnership to crisis, Irish Journal of Sociology, vol. 18, no 2, p.p. 22-37
Anderson, B (2010) Migration, immigration controls and the fashioning of precarious workers, Work Employment Society, vol. 24, no 2: 300 – 317
Anderson, P. (1977). ‘The Limits and Possibilities of Trade Union Action’ in T. Clarke and L. Clements (Eds) Trade Unions under Capitalism. London: Fontana.pp333 – 350.
Arqueros-Fernández, F. (2009) Contrasts and Contradictions in Union Organizing: The Irish Mushroom Industry in Gall, G. (ed.) The Future of Union Organizing: Building for Tomorrow, Hampshire, Palgrave MacMillan
Arqueros-Fernandez, Francisco Mario (2011) Workers against Institutions: Power Relations and Political economy in the Irish Mushroom Industry, PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
Avci, G and McDonald, C (2000) Chipping Away at the Fortress: Unions, Immigration and the Transnational Labour Market, International Migration Vol. 38. No 2, p.p. 191-212
Bacarro, L (2003) What is Alive and What is Dead in the Theory of Corporatism, British Journal of Industrial Relations 41.4 pp. 683–706
Barrett, A (2009) EU Enlargement and Ireland’s Labour Market, Discussion Paper No 4260, Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA).

Barrett, A. Bergin, A. Duffy, D. (2005) The Labour Market Characteristics and Labour Market Impacts of Immigrants in Ireland, Discussion Paper No 1553, Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA).


Barrett, A & Duffy, D. (2007) Are Ireland’s Immigrants Integrating into its Labour Market? Discussion Paper No 2838, Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA).
Barrett, A. Kearney, I. Goggin, J. O’Brien, M (2008) Quarterly Economic Commentary Autumn, ESRI www.esri.ie/UserFiles/publications/20081013171426/QEC2008Aut.pdf
Barrett, A. and Kelly, E. (2008) Using a Census to Assess the Reliability of a National Household Survey for Migration Research: The Case of Ireland, Discussion Paper No. 3689, Dublin and Bonn: ESRI and IZA
Barrett, A. and Kelly, E. (2010) The Impact of Ireland’s Recession on the Labour Market Outcomes of its Immigrants, Paper to European Migration Network conference, October 2010, Dublin: ESRI.
Basso P (2006) Immigrants and Trade Unions in Italy (Conference paper)
BATU (2013a) Annual Return Prescribed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies for a Registered Trade Union, Dublin: BATU
BATU (2013b) Union Rule Book, Dublin: BATU
Beesley, A. (2005a) State plans to frustrate reflagging by Irish Ferries, Irish Times, 30 Sept, Finance, p 1
Beesley, A. (2005b) Irish Ferries suffers setback to job plan, Irish Times 1 Oct, p 17.
Begg, D (2006) Migration: an address to the Institute of European Affairs: www.ictu.ie/html/publications
Begg, D (2007) Immigration, Integration and Cultural Identity, Translocations, Vol 2, No 1, pp 181-189, www.translocations.ie
Begg, D. (2008), ‘The Mission of Unions is Timeless’, in T. Hastings (ed.), The State of the Unions: Challenges Facing Organised Labour in Ireland, Dublin: Liffey Press.
Beggs J, Pollock J (2006) Non-National Workers in the Irish Economy, AIB Global Treasury Economic Research, www.economicresearch.com

Behrens M, (2002) Unions take up Immigration Issues’, Institute for Economic and Social Research, WSI.

Bell, M (2008) Understanding Viking and Laval: An IER Briefing Note, Liverpool, Institute of Employment Rights.
Bhavnani, K.K. and R. Bhavnani (1985) ‘Racism and Resistance in Britain,’ in D. Coates, G. Johnston and R. Bush (eds) A Socialist Anatomy in Britain. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Bord Glas (2002) Sector Profile, Mushrooms, Bord Bia, www.bordbia.ie
Boyatzis, R.E (1998) Transforming Qualitative Information: Thematic Analysis and Code Development, London: Sage
Braun, V and Clarke V. (2006) Using Thematic Analysis in Psychology, Qualitative Research in Psychology Vol. 2, No. 3, p.p. 77 – 101).
Brennan, M. (2006) No future for new Irish left at ferry company, Irish Independent, 28 Dec, p 5
Brennock, M. (2005) Ferries row could sink the social partnership, Irish Times, 16 November, p 14
Bronfenbrenner, K. Friedman, S. Hurd, R.W. Oswald, R.A. and Seeber R.L. (1998) Organising to Win. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Bryson, A. and Gomez, R. (2005) Why have workers stopped joining unions? Accounting for the rise in never-membership in Britain. British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 67-92.



Calavita, K. (1999) Italy and the New Immigration in Cornelius, W.A, Martin, P.L & Hollifield , J.F Controlling Immigration, A Global Perspective, California, Stanford University Press
Carolan, M. (2005) Gama wins order to prevent publication of inspector’s report, Irish Times Friday, 24 June, p 9
Castells, M. (1996). The Rise of the Network Society. Oxford: Blackwell.
Castles, S. (2000) International migration at the beginning of the twenty-first century: global trends and issues, International Social Science Journal, Vol. L11, No.165, pp 269- 281
Castles, S (2011) Diversity and Post-Tiger Ireland in Fanning, B and Munck, R. (eds.) Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation: Ireland in Europe and the World, Surrey, Ashgate.
Castles, S., Booth, H. and Wallace, T. (1984) Here for Good: Western Europe's New Ethnic Minorities. London: Pluto Press.
Castles, S. & Kosack, G. (1973) Immigrant Workers and Class Structures in Western Europe, London, Oxford University Press
Castles, S and Miller, M.J. (1993) The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World, NY: the Guildford Press
Central Statistics Office (2005) Quarterly National Household Survey, Quarter 3, November 2005, CSO
Central Statistics Office (2006) Census 2006, CSO
Central Statistics Office (2007a) Census 2006, CSO
Central Statistics Office (2007b) Quarterly National Household Survey, Quarter 3, November 2007, CSO
Central Statistics Office (2010) Quarterly National Household Survey, Quarter 3, November 2010, CSO
Clawson, D. (2003). The Next Upsurge: Labor and the New Social Movements. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
Cobble D.S. (2001) Lost Ways of Unionism: Historical Perspectives on Reinventing the Labor Movement in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st Century, Cornell University Press: New York.
Connolly, H, Martínez Lucio, M and Marino, S. (2011) Comparing and Contrasting Trade Union Responses to Questions of Migration: A Comparison of Union Strategies for Decent Work in the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom Paper presented to the 2nd Regulating Decent Work Conference, International Labour Organisation, July 6-8th 2011 Geneva
Conroy, P. & Brennan, A. (2003) Migrant Workers and their Experiences: Ralaheen Ltd.
CWU (2103) Mission Statement, Dublin : CWU http://www.cwu.ie/About/Who-are-we.15.1.aspx
Cremers, J. Dolvik, J.E. and Bosch, G (2007) Posting of Workers in the Single Market: Attempts to Prevent Social Dumping and Regime Competition in the EU, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol.38, No.6, pp 524-541
Creswell, J.W. (2007) Qualitative Enquiry & Research Design: Choosing among five approaches, CA, Sage Publications
Creswell, J.W. (2009) Research design: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches, 3rd edition, London, Sage
Crotty, M (2003) The Foundations of Social Research: Meaning and Perspective in the Research Process, London, Sage Publications
Culpepper, P.D. (2005) Single Country Studies and Comparative Politics, Italian Politics and Society, Vol. 60
CWU (2013a) Annual Return Prescribed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies for a Registered Trade Union, Dublin: CWU
CWU (2013b) Rules of the Communications Workers’ Union, Dublin, CWU
D’Art, D and Turner, T. (2005) Union recognition and partnership at work: a new legitimacy for Irish trade unions? Industrial Relations Journal, Volume 36, Issue 2, Pages: 121–139,
D’Art, D and Turner, T. (2007) Trade Unions and Political Participation in the European Union: Still Providing a Democratic Dividend? British Journal of Industrial Relations, Volume 45, Issue 1, Pages: 103–126,
D’Art, D and Turner, T. (2011) Irish trade unions under social partnership: a Faustian bargain? Industrial Relations Journal, Volume 42, Issue 2, Pages: 157–173,
Department of Agriculture & Food (2004) Report of Mushroom Taskforce, Dublin
DETE (2005a) Mandate and Resourcing of the Labour Inspectorate, a discussion document arising from the mid-term review of Part Two of Sustaining Progress (Section 12.4), Dublin: DETE.
DETE (2005b) Review of the Employment Agency Act 1971

www.entemp.ie/publications/employment/2005/employmentagencyreview.pdf


DETE (2008) Employment Law Compliance Bill 2008 www.oireachtas.ie/documents/bills28/bills/2008/1808/b1808d.pdf
DETE (2009) Statistical Table and Company Listings for the Employment Permits Section www.entemp.ie/labour/workpermits/statistics.htm
Dobbins (2005) Irish Ferries staff face stark choice over outsourcing 'fait accompli' in Industrial Relations News, 22nd September, p1, Dublin, IRN Publishing
Dobbins (2006) Twelve union members left at Irish Ferries in Industrial Relations News, 20th September, p1, Dublin, IRN Publishing
Doherty, M. (2007) Union Sundown? The Future of Collective Representation Rights in Irish Law, Irish Employment Law Journal, Vol 4, No 4, p.p. 96. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2062177
Doherty, M. (2011) It Must Have Been Love…But It’s Over Now: The Crisis and Collapse of Social Partnership in Ireland, Transfer, European Review of Labour and Research, Vol. 17, No. 3, p371
Doherty, M and Erne, R., (2010) Mind the Gap: National and Local Partnership in the Irish Public Sector. Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 41, No 5, pp. 461-478,
Dølvik, J. E (1997) Redrawing Boundaries of Solidarity? ETUC, Social Dialogue and the Europeanisation of Trade Unionism in the 1990s, Doctoral dissertation, Oslo
Dølvik, J. E. (2001) European Trade Unions: Coping with Globalisation? Fafo paper presented at ETUC Conference on ‘Globalisation, Europe and Trade Unions’, Brussels 7-8 March 2001
Dølvik, J. E & Visser, J (2001) “A Third Turning Point: ETUC and Social Partnership”, in Greenwood, J. and Compston, H (eds.) Social Partnership in Europe, London; Macmillan, pp.11-40
Donaghey, J (2008) Irish Unions and Social Partnership in the Global Economy: Complementary and Contradictory Revitalisation Strategies, in 22nd Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, 6-8 Feb 2008
Donaghey, J. & Teague, P. (2006) The free movement of workers and social Europe: maintaining the European ideal, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 37, No 6, pp. 652-666
Dooley, C. (2005a) Hitting pay dirt? Irish Times, 12 February, p.38.
Dooley, C (2005b) Report on Gama to be referred to Garda and Revenue, Irish Times 14 April, p.1.
Dooley, C (2005c) Gama got 1,000 permits despite being ineligible, Irish Times, 16 April, p.1
Dooley, C (2005d) Turkish firm admits underpaying workers, Irish Times 5 March, p. 3
Dooley, C (2005e) Firm destroyed work records inquiry finds, Irish Times, 1 April, p.10
Dooley, C (2005f), Gama secured 70% of PAYE relief scheme, Irish Times, May 18, p. 3
Dooley, C (2005g) Gama got 1,000 permits despite being ineligible, Irish Times, 16 April, p1
Dooley, C (2005h) Work permits withheld from building firm in pay inquiry, Irish Times, 5 March, p. 1
Dooley, C (2005i) Turkish workers occupy site as tensions mount in Gama dispute, Irish Times, 7 April, p. 3)
Dooley, C (2005j) May Day rally today to highlight the rights of migrant workers, Irish Times, April 30, Chris Dooley, page 6
Dooley, C (2005k) Unions to act on migrants’ rights, Irish Times, 22 June, p. 6
Dooley, C (2005l) Partnership: end of the affair? Irish Times, 8 Oct, p. 15
Dooley, C. (2005m), Unions seek preliminary talks on pact, Irish Times, 26 Oct, p.3.
Dooley, C. (2005n), Irish Ferries rejects call to shelve lay-off plan, Irish Times, 15 November, p.1.
Dooley, C (2005o) Government could do a lot to address union concerns Irish Times, 26 Nov, p. 8
Dooley, C. (2005p), Trade unions promise to build on people power, Irish Times, 10 Dec, p7
Dooley, C. (2005q) National partnership talks to start after ferries settlement, Irish Times, 15 Dec, p.1.
Dooley, C and O’Sullivan, J (2005) SIPTU threatens strike after Irish Ferries jobs cuts, Irish Times, 20 Sept, p 18
Doran, L. (2008) ‘The INO and Integration’, the Challenges of Integration in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland, October 2008, Dublin: Immigrant Council of Ireland.
Doyle N, Hughes G & Wadensjö, E (2006) Freedom of Movement for Workers from Central and Eastern Europe: Experiences in Ireland and Sweden, Stockholm, Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies
Dundon, T. Gonzalez-Perez, M.A. McDonough, T. (2005) Labour Relations Practices and Migrant Workers in Ireland, Working Paper No. 22, Centre for Innovation and Cultural Change
Dundon, T, Gonzalez-Perez, M.A. and McDonough, T (2007) Bitten by the Celtic Tiger: Immigrant Workers and Industrial Relations in the New ‘Glocalized’ Ireland, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Vol. 28, No 4, p.p. 501–522.
Dunleavy, P. (2003) Authoring a PhD: How to Plan, Draft, Write and Finish a Doctoral Thesis or Dissertation, Hampshire, Palgrave MacMillan
Ebbinghaus, B. and Visser, J. (1999) When Institutions Matter: Union Growth and Decline in Western Europe 1950-1995, European Sociological Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp 135-158
Erne, R. (2008) European Unions: Labour’s Quest for a Transnational Democracy. New York; Cornell University Press
European Commission, Eurostat, (2009) Unemployment Rate by Gender, 1997 – 2008 www.epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eurostat/home
European Commission (2001) The Free Movement of Workers in the Context of Enlargement www.europa.eu.int/comm/enlargement/docs/pdf/migration_enl.pdf
European Parliament (1999) Tampere European Council 15 and 16 October 1999, Presidency Conclusions, www.europarl.europa.eu/summits/tam_en.htm
ETUC (2005) Towards a Pro-active EU Policy on Migration and Integration, Brussels: ETUC
ETUC (2008) A social progress protocol to the EU treaties to guarantee workers’ rights, Brussels: ETUC http://www.etuc.org/a/5402
ETUC (2009a) Workplace Europe Project Proposal, Brussels: ETUC
ETUC (2009b) Conditions for Free Movement: more protection of workers and fair competition, Resolution adopted by the Steering Committee of the ETUC, Brussels, 28 April 2009 (SC. 127). http://www.etuc.org/a/6212
ETUC (2011) Workplace Europe: Trade Unions Supporting Mobile and Migrant Workers. Brussels: ETUC

Fairbrother, P, Williams, G, Barton, R, Gibellieri E. and Tropeoli, A. (2007) Unions Facing the Future: Questions and Possibilities in Labour Studies Journal, Vol. 31, No 4, p.p. 31 - 53


Fanning, B. (2007) Racism, rules and rights in Fanning, B. (ed.) Immigration and Social Change in Ireland, Manchester, Manchester University Press
FÁS (2008) The Irish Labour market Review 2007: A FÁS review of Irish Labour Market Trends and Policies, Dublin: FÁS
Fine, J. (2005). ‘Community Unionism and the Revival of the American Labor Movement’, Politics and Society. Vol. 33. No. 1.pp. 153 – 199.
Fine, J. (2006) Worker Centers: Organizing Communities at the Edge of the Dream. Ithaca, NY: Economic Policy Institute/Cornell University Press.
Findlay, P. and McKinlay, A. (2003) Union Organising in ‘Big Blue’s Backyard’, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 34, No.1, pp.52-66
Fitzgerald, I and Hardy, J. (2010) ‘Thinking Outside the Box’? Trade Union Organizing Strategies and Polish Migrant Workers in the United Kingdom, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 48, No. 1, p.p. 131–150
Fitzgerald, I. and J. Stirling, J. (2004) Black Minority Ethnic Groups’ Views of Trade Unions. London: TUC/Northumbria University.
Flanders, A. (1970) Management and Unions, London: Faber
Fletcher B. J and Hurd, R.W (2001) Overcoming Obstacles to Transformation: Challenges on the Way to a New Unionism in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st Century, Cornell University Press: New York
Flynn, G (2006) Mobile Workers Disputes Jolt Ireland’s ‘Social Partnership’ Model, Transfer, Vol. 12, No 2, pp.267-272.
Frege, C.M. and Kelly, J. (2003) Union Revitalization Strategies in Comparative Perspective in European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 7-24
Frege, C. and Kelly, J., (eds.) (2004) Varieties of Unionism: Strategies for Union Revitalisation in a Globalising Economy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fulton L (2003) Migrant and Ethnic Minority Workers: Challenging Trade Unions (ETUC)
Fulton, L (2007) Worker representation in Europe, www.worker-participation.eu/national industrial_relations/across_europe/trade_unions
Fulton, L. (2011) Worker representation in Europe. Labour Research Department and ETUI (online publication).
Gächter, A. (2000) Protecting Indigenous Workers from Immigrants in Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford; Berghahn Books
Galgoczi, B. Leschke, J. & Watt, A. (2012) EU Labour Migration in Troubled Times: Skills Mismatch, Return and Policy Responses. Surrey; Ashgate
Geary, J. (2007) Employee Voice in the Irish Workplace: Status and Prospect, in Freeman, R. Boxall, P. and Haynes, P. (eds.) What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American Workplace, New York, ILR Press
Gonzalez-Perez, M., Dundon, T. and McDonough, T. (2009) ‘Organising Immigrants: State Policy and Union-Organising Tactics in the Republic of Ireland’ in Gall, G. (ed.) The Future of Union Organising; Building for Tomorrow, Palgrave Macmillan
Gorodzeisky, A. and Richards, A. (2013) Trade unions and migrant workers in Western Europe, European Journal of Industrial Relations Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 239 - 254
Güell, B and Jubany, O. (2012) Final Report, Trade Unions, Economic Change and Active Inclusion of Migrant Workers (TEAM), European Commission DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
Hamann, K. (1998) Spanish Unions: Institutional Legacy and Responsiveness to Economic and Industrial Change, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 51, No. 3 pp. 424-444
Hardy, J, Eldring, L and Schulten, T. (2012) Trade union responses to migrant workers from the ‘new Europe’: A three sector comparison in the UK, Norway and Germany, European Journal of Industrial Relations, p.p. 1–17
Hastings, T (2008) Introduction in Hastings, T. (ed.) The State of the Unions: Challenges facing Organised Labour in Ireland, The Liffey Press
Haus, L. (1999) Labor Unions and Immigration Policy in France, International Migration Review, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 683-716
Haus, L (2002) Unions, immigration and internationalisation: new challenges and changing coalitions in the United States and France. New York, Palgrave
Heery, E. (1998) ‘The Re-launch of the Trades Union Congress’, British Journal of Industrial Relations 36(3): 339–50.
Heery, E. and Salmon, J. (eds.) (2000) The Insecure Workforce, London: Routledge
Heyes, J & Hyland, M (2012) Supporting, Recruiting and Organising Migrant Workers in Ireland and the United Kingdom: A Review of Trade Union Practices in Galgoczi, B. Leschke, J. & Watt, A. (eds.) EU Labour Migration in Troubled Times: Skills Mismatch, Return and Policy Responses. Surrey; Ashgate
Hickey, R. Kuruvilla, S. and Lakhani, T (2010) No Panacea for Success: Member Activism, Organizing and Union Renewal, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 48, No.1, pp. 53-83
Hickman, M (2007) Immigration and Monocultural (Re)Imaginings in Ireland and Britain in Translocations, Vol. 2, No. 1, p.p. 12-25, www.translocations.ie
Higgins, C. (2005) Government acted beyond powers in Gama report – but details may yet come out in Industrial Relations News, 16th June, p1, Dublin, IRN Publishing
Holgate, J (2009) Contested Terrain: London’s Living Wage Campaign and the tensions Between Community and Union Organising in McBride, J and Greenwood, I (eds.) Community Unionism, a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, Hampshire, Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 49-74.
Holgate, J (2011) Temporary Migrant Workers and Labor Organization, WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society, Vol. 14, No. 2, p.p. 191–199
Humphries, J. and Reid, L. (2005) IBEC tries to calm union fears and calls for new partnership, Irish Times, 26 Nov, p 8
Hyland, M. (2005) Migrant Workers & Access to the Statutory Dispute Resolution Agencies: Labour Relations Commission
Hyland, M. (2014) Trade unions and Migration: A Case for New Organisational Approaches in Schierup, C.U, Munck, R, Likić-Brborić, B & Neergaard, A. (eds.) Migration, Precarity and Global Governance Challenges for Labour, Oxford, Oxford University Press
Hyman, R. (1994) ‘Changing Trade Union Identities in Europe’ in R. Hyman and A. Ferner (eds), New Frontiers in European Industrial Relations, pp 108-39. Oxford: Blackwell
Hyman, R. (2001) Understanding European Trade Unionism: Between, Market, Class and Society, London: Sage
Hyman, R. (2004) An Emerging Agenda for Trade Unions? in Munck, R. (ed.) Labour and Globalisation: Results and Prospects, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press
ICTU (2005) Migration Policy and the Rights of Workers, Dublin, ICTU
ICTU (2006) Observations and Recommendations on the Application of Transitional Measures on the Accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the EU on 1st January 2007, Dublin, ICTU
ICTU (2007) Improving the Quality of Life for Migrant Workers and their Families through a Rights-Based Immigration Policy: ICTU
ICTU (2011) Future Positive: Trade Unions and the Common Good: Report of the Commission on the Irish Trade Union Movement, ICTU
Immigrant Council of Ireland (2003) Labour Migration into Ireland; Study and recommendations on Employment Permits, Working Conditions, Family Reunification and the Integration of Migrant Workers in Ireland, Dublin, Immigrant Council of Ireland
INMO (2013) Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation: Rules of the Organisation, Dublin: INMO
INMO (2015) Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, Working Together: Annual Report 2014, Dublin: INMO
International Organisation for Migration (IOM) (2006) Managing Migration in Ireland: a Social and Economic Analysis, Dublin: National Economic and Social Council
Irish Farmers’ Journal (2000) Jobs boost for Mayo in mushroom production, Irish Farmers’ Journal Interactive, Journal 2, http://www.farmersjournal.ie/2000/0624/index.html
Johnston, P. (2001) Organize for What? The Resurgence of Labor as a Citizenship Movement in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st Century, Cornell University Press: New York

Joyce, C. O’Connell, P.J. Quinn, E. & Stanley, J. (2008) Handbook on Immigration and Asylum in Ireland 2007, Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute


Kahmann M (2002) Trade Unions and Migrant Workers: Examples from the United States, South Africa and Spain, European Trade Union Institute
Kahmann, M (2006) The Posting of Workers in the German Construction Industry: Responses and Problems of Trade Union Action, Transfer, European Review of Labour and Research, Vol. 12, No 2, pp. 183-196
Katz, H.C. (2001) Afterword: Whither the American Labor Movement? in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st Century, Cornell University Press: New York
Keena, C. (2005) Irish Ferries dispute puts social dumping on ICTU agenda, Irish Times, 23 Sept, p A2
Kelle, U, Prein, G & Bird, K. (1995) Computer-aided qualitative data analysis: theory, methods and practice, London: Sage
Kelly, J (1998) Rethinking Industrial Relations: Mobilisation, Collectivism and Long Waves, London, Routledge
King, G. Keohane, R. O. and Verba, S. (1994) Designing social inquiry: scientific inference in qualitative research, N.J: Princeton University Press
Kip, M (2011) Labour Migration and the Europeanization of Trade Unions: A Look at Developments in the Construction Sector in Germany, The Canadian Centre for German and European Studies (CCGES) Working Paper Series, Number 19
Kirby, P, Gibbons, L. and Cronin C. (2002) Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy, London, Pluto
Kirton, G. and Greene, A.M. (2002) ‘The Dynamics of Positive Action in UK Trade

Unions: The Case of Women and Black Members’, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 157–72.


Knocke W (2000) Sweden: Insiders outside the Trade-Union Mainstream in Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford; Berghahn Books
Koedijk, K. and Kremers, J. (1996) Market Opening, Regulation and Growth in Europe Economic Policy Vol. 11, No. 23: pp. 443-467
Krings T (2007) ‘Equal rights for all workers’: Irish trade unions and the challenge of labour immigration, Irish Journal of Sociology, Vol.16, No. 1, pp 43-61
Krings T (2009a) A Race to the Bottom? Trade Unions, EU Enlargement and the Free Movement of Labour, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol.15, No.1, pp. 49-69
Krings, T (2009b) Organised labour and migration in the global age: a comparative analysis of trade union responses to migrant labour in Austria, Germany, Ireland and the UK, PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Krings, T. Bobek, A. Moriarty, E. Salamonska, J and Wickham, J. (2012) 'Polish Migration to Ireland: ‘Free Movers’ in the New European Mobility Space’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39, No 1, pp. 87 – 103.
Krings, T. Moriarty, E. Wickham, J. Bobek, A. and Salamonska, J. (2013) New Mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post 2004. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Kvale, S and Brinkmann, S. (2009) Interviews, Learning the Craft of Qualitative Research Interviewing, London, Sage Publications.
Lester, R. A. (1958) As Unions Mature. An Analysis of the Evolution of American Unionism, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Lloyd, C. (2000) Trade Unions and Immigrants in France: From Assimilation to Antiracist Networking in Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford; Berghahn Books
Lowell T. (2005) From Transformation to Revitalization: A New Research Agenda for a New EraWork and Occupations, Vol. 32, No. 4: pp. 383-399.
McBride, J. and Greenwood, I. (2009) Conclusion in McBride, J. and Greenwood, I (eds.) Community Unionism. A Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts. London, Palgrave.
Mac Éinrí, P. (2005). ‘Ireland: country report’ in Niessen, J., Schibel, Y., Thompson, C. (eds.) Current Immigration Debates in Europe. Brussels: Migration Policy Group.
Mac Éinrí, P. (2008) Responding to the Challenges of Migration in Ireland, Policy Paper, Migration Studies Unit, UCC, Cork.
Mac Éinrí, P. and Walley, P. (2003) Labour Migration into Ireland, Dublin: Immigrant Council of Ireland
Mac Éinrí, P. and White, A. (2008) Immigration into the Republic of Ireland: a bibliography of recent research, Irish Geography, Vol.41, No. 2, p.p. 151-179
McGovern, P. (2007) Immigration, Labour Markets and Employment Relations: Problems and Prospects, British Journal of Industrial Relations Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 217–235
Macri, G. (2006) Cultural Diversity and Career Development in the Irish Hotel Sector, Dublin, DCU
McShane, D. (2004) Foreword in Munck R (ed.) Labour and Globalisation: Results and Prospects, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press
Mandate (2012) Rules of Mandate Trade Union, third edition, Dublin: Mandate
Mandate (2013) Annual Return Prescribed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies for a Registered Trade Union, Dublin: Mandate
Marino, S. and Roosblad, J. (2008) Migration and trade unions, a comparison between Dutch and Italian trade union actions and strategies Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, Winter 2008 Vol. 14: pp. 625-638
Martens, A. (2000) Trade Union Policies towards Immigrants: The Case of Belgium (1944 -97) in Wets, J. (ed.) Cultural Diversity in Trade Unions: A Challenge to Class Identity? Aldershot: Ashgate
Martinez Lucio, M. and Perrett, R (2009a) The Diversity and Politics of Trade Unions’ Responses to Minority Ethnic and Migrant Workers: The Context of the UK, Economic and Industrial Democracy 2009, vol. 30, no. 3: p324 – 347, Sage
Martinez Lucio, M and Perrett, R. (2009b) Strategies in Search of Structures: the Real World of Community Unionism in Relation to Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in McBride, J and Greenwood, I (eds.) Community Unionism, a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, Hampshire, Palgrave MacMillan
Marvasti, A.B. (2004) Qualitative Research in Sociology, London, Sage Publications

Mayhew, K. and J. Addison (1983) ‘Discrimination in the Labour Market’, in G. Bain (ed.) Industrial Relations in Britain. Oxford: Blackwell.


Meardi, G. (2010) Union Immobility? Trade Unions and the Freedoms of Movement in the Enlarged EU, British Journal of Industrial Relations, p.p. 1 - 22
Merlino, M & Parkin, J (2011a) Irregular Migration in Europe: EU policies and the

Fundamental Rights Gap, CEPS (TOMATOES)
Merlino, M. and Parkin, J. (2011b), Fundamental and Human Rights Framework: Protecting Irregular Migrants in the EU, CEPS (TOMATOES)
Messina A.M. (1996) The Not So Silent Revolution: Post-war Migration to Western Europe, World Politics, Vol 49, pp. 130-154

Miles, M.B. & Huberman, A.M. (1994) An Expanded Sourcebook, Qualitative Data Analysis: CA: Sage


Milkman, R. (2000) Immigrant Organizing and the New Labor Movement in Los Angeles, Critical Sociology, vol. 26, nos. 1/2, pp. 59-81.
Milkman, R (ed.) (2006) Organizing Immigrants: The Challenge for Unions in Contemporary California. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press
Milkman, R. (2014) Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement in the USA in Schierup, C.U, Munck, R, Likić-Brborić, B and Neergaard, A. (eds.) Migration, Precarity and Global Governance Challenges for Labour, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Milkman, R. and Wong, K (2001) Organising Immigrant Workers: Case Studies from Southern California in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st century, Cornell University Press: New York
Moody, K. (1997) Workers in a Lean World. Unions in the International Economy. London and New York: Vesso.
Moody, K. (2009) Immigrant Workers and Labour/Community Organisations in the United States in McBride, J and Greenwood, I (eds.) Community Unionism, a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan,
Morse, J.M. & Niehaus, L (2009) Mixed Method Design: Principles and Procedures, California: Left Coast Press
MRCI. (2004) Private Homes: A Public Concern, the Experience of Twenty Migrant Women Employed in the Private Home in Ireland, Dublin: Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
MRCI (2006a) Accessing Redress for Workplace Exploitation: The Experience of Migrant Workers: Dublin: Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
MRCI (2006b) Harvesting Justice: Mushroom Workers Call for Change, Dublin: Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
MRCI (2007) Life in the Shadows: An Exploration of Irregular Migration in Ireland, Dublin: Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
Mullally S (2007) Children and Citizenship in Fanning, B. (ed.) Immigration and Social Change in Ireland, Manchester: Manchester University Press
Munck, R (2002) Globalisation and Labour: The New Great Transformation, London: Zed Books
Munck R (ed.) (2004) Labour and Globalisation: Results and Prospects, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press
Munck, R. (2008) (Ed.) Globalization and Migration: New Issues, New Politics, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 38, No. 1.
Munck, R (2011). ‘Unions, Globalisation and Internationalism: Results and Prospects’, in Gall, G. Hurd, R. and Wilkinnon, A. (eds) International Handbook on Labour Unions. London: Elgar.
Ness, I. (2005). Immigrants, Unions and the New US Labor Market. Philadelphia: Temple Unions Press.
Nissen, B. and G. Grenier (2001) ‘Union Response to Mass Immigration: The Case of Miami USA’, pp. 263–88 in P. Waterman and J. Wills (eds) Place, Space and the New Labour Internationalisms, Oxford: Blackwell.
O’Connell, P.J. and McGinnity, F. (2008) Immigrants at Work: Ethnicity and Nationality in the Irish Labour Market, Dublin: ESRI/Equality Authority
OECD Stat. (2014) Trade Union Density, OECD, https://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=UN_DEN
O’Halloran, M. (2005) EU services directive ‘a threat to workers’, Irish Times, 31 October, p6
Parliamentary Debates (2005a) Official Report (Unrevised), Dail Eireann, 8 February 2005, www.oireachtas.ie (accessed November 2009)
Parliamentary Debates (2005b) Official Report (Unrevised), Dail Eireann, 28 September, 2005, www.oireachtas.ie. (accessed November 2009)
Payne, G. and Payne, J. (2004) Key Concepts in Social Research, London: Sage
Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) (2000) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford; Berghahn Books
Rhodes, M (2000) The Political Economy of Social Pacts: ‘Competitive Corporatism’ and European Welfare Reform in Pierson, P (ed.) The New Politics of the Welfare State. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Richards, A (2009) 'Progressive Failure: Government, Unions and the Continuing Marginalisation of Immigrants in Spain, 2004-8', South European Society and Politics, Vol.14, No 4, pp. 469 - 485
Roche, W.K. (2007) Social Partnership in Ireland and New Social Pacts in Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, Vol. 46, No3, pp 395 – 425
Roche, W.K. (2008) The Trend of Unionisation in Ireland since the Mid-1990s in Hastings, T. (ed) The State of the Unions: Challenges facing Organised Labour in Ireland, Dublin: The Liffey Press
Roche, W.K. and Cradden, T. (2003) ''Neo-Corporatism and Social Partnership'' in: Adshead, M & Millar, M. (eds.). Public Policy in Ireland: Theory and Methods. London: Routledge.
Roosblad, J. (2000) Dutch Trade Unions, Immigrants and Immigration: Myopic Politics of Equality in Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford; Berghahn Books
Ruhs, M. (2005) Managing the Immigration and Employment of Non-EU Nationals in Ireland, Dublin: The Policy Institute, Trinity College.
Schiavone, M. (2007) Moody’s Account of Social Movement Analysis, Crtiical Sociology, Vol. 33, p279-309
Schierup C (2006) ‘Economic Miracle and Political Limbo: Italy and its Extra-communitarians’ in Schierup C, Castles P & Hansen P (eds.) Migration, Citizenship and the European Welfare State, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Scott, J. (1990) A Matter of Record, Documentary Sources in Social Research,

Cambridge: Polity Press.


SIPTU (2003) Representing Immigrant Workers – A Guide for Union Representatives, Dublin: SIPTU
SIPTU (2005) Irish Ferries 'a glimpse of neo-liberal nightmare' to come for workers across Europe says SIPTU President Jack O'Connor, Press Release, Nov. 1, www.siptu.ie/PressRoom/NewsReleases/2005
SIPTU (2006) Diversity in the Workplace: A Guide for Shop Stewards, Dublin: Irish Trade Union Trust
SIPTU (2007) Justice for Agency Workers www.siptu.ie/agency/JusticeforAgencyWorkers/FileDownload,10079,en.pdf
SIPTU (2011) Submission to the Commission on the Irish Trade Union Movement
SIPTU (2013a) Annual Return Prescribed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies for a Registered Trade Union, Dublin: SIPTU
SIPTU (2013b) Rules of the Services, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union (Ceardchumann Seirbhisí, Tionsclaíoch, Gairmiúil agus Teicniúil) Dublin: SIPTU
Sweeney, P. (1999) The Celtic Tiger, Ireland’s Continuing Economic Miracle, Dublin: Oak Tree Press
Tait, V. (2005). Poor Workers’ Unions. Rebuilding Labor from Below. Cambridge, Mas: South End Press.
Tarrow, S (1998) Power in Movement (2n d edition). Cambrdge: Cambridge University Press
Tattersall, A (2009) Using Their Sword of Justice: The NSW Teachers Federation and its Campaigns for Public Education between 2001 and 2004 in McBride, J and Greenwood, I (eds.) Community Unionism, a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan,
Taylor, G., Mathers, A. & Upchurch, M. (2011) Beyond the chains that bind: the political crisis of unions in Western Europe. Labor History, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 287-305.
Turner, L. (2005) From Transformation to Revitalization: A New Research Agenda for a New Era, Work and Occupations. Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 383-399.
Turner, L. (2011) A Future for the Labour Movement in Gall, G. Wilkinson, A. and Hurd, R. (eds.) The International Handbook of Labour Unions: Responses to Neo-Liberalism, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd: Cheltenham
Turner, L. and Hurd, R.W. (2001) Building Social Movement Unionism: The Transformation of the American Labour Movement in Turner, L., Katz, H.C. and Hurd, R.W. (eds.) Rekindling the Movement: labor’s quest for relevance in the 21st Century, Cornell University Press: New York
Turner, T (2010) The jobs immigrants do: issues of displacement and marginalisation in the Irish labour market, Work Employment Society Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 318-336
Turner, T. D’Art, D. and Cross C (2008a) Polish Workers in Ireland: A Contented Proletariat? Labour Studies Journal, Vol. 34, No 1, p.p. 112-116
Turner, T., D’Art, D. and O’Sullivan, M (2008b) Union availability, union membership and immigrant workers: An empirical investigation of the Irish case, Employee Relations, Vol. 30, No. 5, pp.479-493
Unite (2013) The Union Rule Book, Unite, London: Unite
Upchurch, M. & Mathers, A. (2012) Neoliberal Globalization and Trade Unionism: Toward Radical Political Unionism? in Critical Sociology, Vol. 38, No2, pp. 265-280
Visentini, L (ed.) (2011) First and Foremost Workers, ETUC & CEPS, Brussels (WORKING GROUP REPORT)
Visser, J (2006) ‘Union Membership Statistics in 24 Countries’ in Monthly Labour Review, January, pp. 38-47
Waddington, J. (2000) Towards a reform agenda? European trade unions in transition, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 31, No 4, pp. 317 - 330
Waddington, J. (2005) Trade unions and the defence of the European social model

Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 36, No. 6, p.p. 518–540
Wall, M. (2005) Hundreds of ferry workers want to ‘pull out of deal’, Irish Times, 3 Oct, p 1.
Walliman, N. (2001) Your Research Project, London: Sage
Warneck, W (2010) What is the political temperature after the Laval and Viking judgments? Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, Vol 16, No. 4, pp. 563-565
Watts, J.R. (1998) Strange Bedfellows: How Spanish Labor Union Leaders and Employers Find Common Ground on Immigration, Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 657-675
Webb, S & Webb B (1920) The History of Trade Unionism, London: Longmans and Co
Wickham, J. Bobek, A. Daly, S. Krings, T. Moriarty, E. and Salamońska, J. (2013) ‘Learning from Poland? What Recent Mass Immigration to Ireland Tells Us about Contemporary Irish Migration’ in Brennan, L. (ed.) Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan
Wills, J. (2001). Community Unionism and Trade Union Renewal in the UK: Moving Beyond the Fragments, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 26. No.4, pp.465 - 483.
Wills, J. (2002) Building Networked Trade Unionism in the UK. London: The Fabian

Society.
Wills, J. (2006) Subcontracting, Labour and Trade Union Organisation: Lessons from Homerton Hospital and the London Living Wage Campaign. ESRC Identities Programmes, Working Paper No. 2, http://www.geog.qmul.ac.uk/livingwage/pdf/workingpaper2.pdf


Wills, J. and Simms, M. (2004) ‘Building Reciprocal Community Unionism in the UK’, Capital and Class, Vol. 28, No 82, pp. 59–84.
Woolfson, C. (2007) Pushing the envelope: the `informalization' of labour in post-communist new EU member states, Work Employment Society, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 551–564
Woolfson, C, Thörnqvist C and Sommers, J (2010) The Swedish model and the future of labour standards after Laval, 2010, Industrial relations journal, Vol. 41, No. 4,
Woolfson, C and Sommers, J (2006) Labour Mobility in Construction: European Implications of the Laval un Partneri Dispute with Swedish Labour, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 49-68.

Wrench, J. (1997) Trade unions, migrants and ethnic minorities in the European Union: National differences and common dilemmas, Esbjerg, Denmark: South Jutland University Press


Wrench J (2000) British Unions and Racism: Organisational Dilemmas in an Unsympathetic Climate in Penninx R & Roosblad J (eds.) Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, 1960-1993: A Comparative Study of the Actions of Trade Unions in Seven West European Countries. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books
Wrench, J. (2004) Trade Union Responses to Immigrants and Ethnic Inequality in Denmark and the UK: The Context of Consensus and Conflict, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 7-30
Wrench, J. and S. Virdee (1996) Organising the Unorganised: “Race”, Poor Work and Trade Unions, in P. Ackers, C. Smith and P. Smith (eds) The New Workplace and Trade Unionism: Critical Perspectives on Work and Organisation. London: Routledge
Yin,R.K. (2014) Case Study Research: Design and Methods, 5th Edition, Sage: London
1   ...   31   32   33   34   35   36   37   38   39


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page