volume 32, issue 3, P547-572 1984
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1984.tb00826.x
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Abstract: Abstract The ‘individual’ forms of industrial conflict, such as absenteeism, have received little attention in industrial sociology. This paper attempts to correct this deficiency by attacking the conventional approach to these phenomena and by using recent research findings to develop a sociological alternative. The main characteristics of the conventional approach are the focus on absenteeism without reference to the patterns of work relations of which it is part, and a treatment of it as a ‘problem’ which …

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