The impact that selected National Labor Relations Board decisions have had on certain aspects of academic administration at private colleges and universities.
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The organization of this dissertation is a topical one, thereby permitting the reader to locate the information relevant to a specific academic bargaining issue in a single chapter. Chapters one and two contain respectively an introduction to problem and a review of the literature of academic collective bargaining. Chapters three through seven deal separately and sequentially with the following topics: jurisdiction, bargaining unit scope, bargaining unit determinations, ancillary support personnel and unfair labor practices. Each of these chapters begins "with a short introduction to the subject area followed by descriptive briefs of the related, landmark cases heard by the National Labor Relations Board. Following the briefs, there is an analysis that examines the ramifications of each specific case and attemps to relate the cases to each other and detail the parallels and paradoxes between them.
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