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The unionization of teachers: A case study of the UFT (Dissertations in sociology) by Stephen Cole



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- Teacher Unions and Associations: A Comparative Study. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Paul M. Cohen (a1) and George R. La Noue (a2). Teachers College, Columbia University. Teachers College, Columbia University and Horace Mann-Lincoln Institute. Published online: 01 August 2014.

Cole, Stephen 1969 The Unionization of Teachers: A Case Study of the UFT. New York: Praeger Publishers. Cole, Stephen 1975 The growth of scientific knowledge: Theories of deviance as a case study. In Lewis A. Coser (e., The Idea of Social Structure: Papers in Honor of Robert K. Merton: 175–220. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Cole, Stephen 1983 The hierarchy of the sciences? American Journal of Sociology 89: 111–139. Cole, Stephen 1986 Sex discrimination and admission to medical school: 1929–1984.

Stephen Cole (born June 1, 1941) is an American sociologist, currently Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Stony Brook University (retired since 2011). His scholarly work has been on the development of the sociology of science as an academic field. He was a founding member of Columbia's Program in the Sociology of Science, along with Robert K. Merton, Harriet Zuckerman, and his brother Jonathan R. The project was supported by the National Science Foundation for 20 years and produced a substantial body of both theoretical and empirical work.

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This is a "deviant case" study of a Los Angeles-based plant in which undocumented workers voted by a two-to-one margin for union representation and negotiated a contract, despite encountering strong employer opposition and their location in the traditionally non-union secondary labor market. a secure occupational niche in the economy; the extent of the protection afforded by labor laws; and the visibility of the INS in Los Angeles.