Hellriegel, Don; Peterson, Richard B.
January 1971
ILR Review;Jan71, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p257
Academic Journal
The article presents a reply to a commentary by William J. Moore on the paper "Collective Negotiations and Teachers: A Behavioral Analysis." It argues that the discussion of socioeconomic factors in the paper was considered to be illustrative rather than exhaustive in nature. It observes that Moore seems to imply that teacher participation in or support of collective negotiations and of militant action, such as strikes, are synonymous. It states that Moore's discussion of the reasons behind the participation of teachers in the American Federation of Teachers does not relate to the scope or purpose of the paper.


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