Number 72/73, 2010

Table of Contents

Tribute to Professor Edward Webster on his retirement from the Society, Work and Development Institute, University of the Witwatersrand

Preface

Preface

pp. i-iii
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Articles

Southern windmill: the life and work of Edward Webster

pp. 1-25
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Eddie Webster, the Durban moment and new labour internationalism

pp. 26-47
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Against the odds: the sustainability of the South African Labour Bulletin

pp. 48-65
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Public sociology and the transformation of the university

pp. 66-85
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Brazil's 'pro-poor' strategies: what South Africa could learn

pp. 86-103
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Class and social reproduction in migrant households in a South African community

pp. 104-126
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Institutionalisation, strike violence and local moral orders

pp. 127-151
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Becoming a social movement union: Cyril Ramaphosa and the National Union of Mineworkers

pp. 152-180
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Workplace change and frontline supervision in deep-level gold mining: managerial rhetoric or practice?

pp. 181-204
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Globalisation, labour and development: a view from the South

pp. 205-224
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'There shall be work and security': utopian thinking or a necessary condition for development and social cohesion?

pp. 225-246
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Notes on Contributors

p. 247
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