Union Management Psychology

Survey field studies on union interest and union participation, involving both unionized and nonunion employees. Research is primarily focused on psychological aspects of unionism within organizational settings. Multiple organizational theories and psychological frameworks are evoked in conducting this research.


Current Studies

  • Adulthood social class and union interest: A first test of a theoretical model
  • Childhood and adulthood socioeconomic statuses in relation to union interest: Exploratory surface relationships
  • Union revitalization: How women and men officers see the relationship between union size and union tolerance for sexual harassment
  • Confidence at work and collectivism: Union employees and nonunion employees
  • Humiliation at work and union interest: Unions as dignity and self-respect recovery communities
  • Multiple job holders: The untold tale of unionized moonlighters