to outline some of the key changes facing Australian unions in the foreseeable future such as internationalisation and the diverse transformations and transfers of technologies, technocultures, organisations, work organisation, skill formation, labour markets and population;
to note the resources needed by unions to adapt to their changing environments;
to note the diversity and change in the criteria for evaluating the role of unions and the gaps in knowledge about Australian unions.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Commission for the Future (1987). ‘A Greying Australia’, Future, No. 6, AugustGoogle Scholar
- Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs (1987). Australian Population Trends and Prospects 1987, AGPS, Canberra.Google Scholar
- Marc Maurice, Francois Sellier and Jean-Jacques Silvestre, (1986). The Social Foundations of Industrial Power A Comparison of France and Germany, MIT Press, Cambridge Mass., translated by Arthur Gold-hammer.Google Scholar
- National Population Council (1987). What’s Happening to the Australian Family? Population Report No. 8, June.Google Scholar