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Abramovitz, Mimi, 241–51

Action window, 150–51

Addams, Jane, 160, 164, 168

Adelman, William, 159–70

AFA. See Association of Flight Attendants

Affiliated Schools for Workers, 24–25

Affirmative action, education for, 204–16

AFL-CIO: Committee on Political Education, Women’s Activities Department, 172; Education Department, 88, 90

AFSCME. See American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees

Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), 62–63; Steward and Stewardess Division, 63

ALPA. See Air Line Pilots Association

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 16, 17

Amalgamated Engineering Workers, 26–63

Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union, 161–62

American Arbitration Association, 125

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), 80–81

American Labor Education Service, 266

American Railway Union (ARU), 163

ARU. See American Railway Union

Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), 63–64; Local Councils, 66; special problems of, 69–70; training programs of, 65–70

Audience reversal, 154

Austria, programs in, 257–61, 262, 263

Bargaining. See Collective bargaining

Berresford, Susan Vail, 233–40

Bertinuson, Janet, 194–203

Bowen, Mrs. Joseph T., 164

Brainstorming, 148–49

Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers, 15, 19–20, 24–25, 26, 83, 266

Busman, Gloria, 120–26

California Federation of Labor, 195, 197

Camps for unemployed women, 26–27

Carwardine, Rev. William H., 163, 164

Case studies, 120–26

CCC. See Civilian Conservation Corps

Child care, 188, 261–62

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 26

Civil Rights Act of 1964, 183, 206

Civil Service Employees Association, 81

Class participation techniques, 153–54

CLUW. See Coalition of Labor Union Women

Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), 46, 84, 90, 195

Collective bargaining, 38–39, 143–47

College-credit programs, 71–81

Columbia University, oral history project at, 127–28

Cook, Alice H., 255–64

COPE, 172

Cornell University. See New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations

Course outlines, 131–33, 179–81

Credit programs, of colleges, 71–81

Curtis, Jennie, 163–64

Davis, Walter G., xv–xvi

Debs, Eugene Victor, 163, 164

Depression-era schools and camps, 26–27

Discussion method, 111–19

Elections, courses on, 174–75

Empire State College Labor Division, 72

Empty chair exercise, 147–48

Equal Pay Act, 206

Equal pay issues, 190

Equal Rights amendment (ERA), workshop on, 228–30

European programs, 255–64

Evaluation forms, samples of, 105–7

Evaluation: of discussion sessions, 118; formal, 100–1; formative, 101; informal, 100; need for, 98–100; of residential schools, 93–94; of short courses, 49–50; summative, 101; techniques for, 103–4; of Trade Union Women’s Studies, 78; for working adults, 98–107

Evaluators, 104

Exercises, 138–55; techniques for, 139–40

Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), 26

Feminism, and flight attendant leadership programs, 67–68

FERA. See Federal Emergency Relief Administration

Field trips, 159–70

Financing, of Trade Union Women’s Studies, 78

Flight attendants, programs for, 62–70

Follow-up, for political action courses, 178–79

Force field analysis, 151

Ford Foundation, case study of grants for women’s programs, 236–38

Foundations, 233–40

Friedmann, Ernestine, 130

Funding: of field trips, 160–61; by foundations, 233–40; tuition refund plans, 241–51

Games, 138–55

George Meany Center for Labor Studies, 63, 65, 84

Germany, programs in, 256, 261–63

Goldfarb, Lyn, 15–31

Government programs for unemployed women, 26–27

Grants, directories to, 240

Graphic materials, 223–24

Gray, LoisS., xvii–xix

Great Britain, programs in, 257, 258, 259, 260, 262

Grievance procedures: courses in, 182–93; programs on, for flight attendants, 6566; settling women’s issues through, 185

Haymarket Martyrs, 165–66

Haymarket Revisited, 165–66

Herstein, Lillian, 160

Historic labor sites, field trips to, 162–67

Historic Pullman Foundation, 164

Hoffman, Alice M., 127–37

Hricko, Andrea M., 194–203

Hudson Shore Labor School, 26, 266

Hull House, 159, 164, 167, 168

Identification ballot, 149–50

ILHS. See Illinois Labor History Society

ILIR, 54

Illinois Labor History Society (ILHS), 160, 162–63, 164, 175, 167, 168

In-service programs for local unions, 43–45

Institute for Education and Research on Woman and Work. See New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations

Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations (ILIR), 54

Instructors: role of, in case studies, 125–26; for short courses, 48–49; for Trade Union Women’s Studies, 77

Integration of women’s programs, European experience, 263

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, 62

International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union, 16

International Union of Electrical Workers, 205–11

Johnson, Gloria T., 204–16

Jones, Mother, 165

Komer, Odessa, 204–16

Kornbluh, Hy, 54–61

Kornbluh, Joyce L., 15–31, 54–61

Labor Occupational Health Program (University of California, Berkeley), 197

Leadership training, 62–69

Legislative lobbying, courses on, 175–76

Local unions, short courses for, 43–45

Lowell Female Labor Reform Association, 16

Lowell Offering, 16

McDowell, Mary, 161–63

McDowell Settlement House, 161

Materials: choice and use of, 217–25; for courses for flight attendant leadership, 69; for short courses, 47–48

Mobley, Donna, 171–81

National Union of Public Employees (NUPE), 257, 261

National Women’s Conference, 206–7

National Women’s Trade Union League, 17–18, 265

National Youth Administration (NYA), 26

Negotiating teams, role playing for, 145–46

Nelson, Anne H., 138–55

Nevins, Alan, 127–28

New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, 47, 74, 85, 236–42

Northeastern Summer School for Union Women, 101, 102

NUPE. See National Union of Public Employees

NYA. See National Youth Administration

Occupational health and safety, 194–203

Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, 183

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 195–200

One-day conferences, 54—61

On the Job in Illinois: Then and Now, 167

Oral history courses, 127–37

OSHA. See Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Packingtown, U.S.A., 161–63

Panel discussions, 154

Parsons, Albert, 167

Parsons, Lucy, 167

Pension Reform Act of 1974, 183

Planning: for residential schools, 85–94; of Saturday workshops, 57–58

Political action: course on, 173–76; training for, 171–81

Political campaigns, courses on, 174–75

Political parties, courses on, 174–75

Program on Woman and Work (University of Michigan), 54–55

Programs, participation of women in, 32–33, 37

Progressive Miners, Women’s Brigade of, 165

Promotion of programs, 35–38, 58–59

Pullman, George, 163, 164, 167

Pullman Company, walking tour of, 163–64

Pullman Strike of 1894, 161, 163

Rachlin, Marjorie B., 62–69, 111–19

Recruiting, 34–35, 39–41, 58–59, 76–77

Registration form, for residential schools, 96–97

Residential programs, 20–21, 83–97

Resources, 273–80

Rogin, Lawrence, 265–68

Role playing, for bargaining sessions, 141–47

Rosen, Stanley, 98–107

Rozen, Frieda Shoenberg, 32–41

Rumor Clinic, 152–53

Safety. See Occupational health and safety

Samper, Maria-Luz D., 98–107

Saturday workshops, 57–60

Schrier, Katherine, 71–81

Selection of program materials, 219–21

Self-awareness group research, 39

Semel, Rochelle, 42–53

Sex composition, effect of, on programs, 38–39

Short courses, 42–53; case study of, 50–51; manuals and syllabi for, 51–53

Small, Linda, 50–51

Smith, Hilda, 19, 21, 25, 26, 29

Southern School for Workers, 268

Southern Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, 23–24, 25, 266

Stewards (union), training courses for, 182–93

Summer residential programs, 20–21

Summer School for Office Workers, 24, 25–26

Summer schools, evaluation of, 101–3

Sweden, programs in, 256, 258, 259, 261–63

TASS, 262–63

Teaching methods: for flight attendant leadership programs, 67; for political action programs, 176–78; for Saturday workshops, 59–60

Television, 168

Till-Retz, Roberta, 255–64

Torres, Ida, 182–93

Trade Union Women’s Studies, 47, 74–80, 80–81, 143, 149, 240

Trade Union Women’s Summer School, 195

Training School for Active Workers in the Labor Movement, 17, 18

Transport Workers Union (TWU), 62

Tuition refund plans, 241–51; deterrents to use of, 242–47; dilemmas affecting, 247–48; recommendations for, 249–50

TWU, 62

UAW. See United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America

UCLEA, 84, 86, 94

Unemployed women, programs for, 26–27

Union functions, training in, 27–30

United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW): described, 211–15; educational programs of, 214–15; female membership of, 204; role of women in, 212–13; Women’s Department, 213

United Cloth Cap and Hat Makers’ Union, 17

Universities: credit programs of, for working women, 71–81; extension programs of, 215–16; short courses initiated by, 45–47

University and College Labor Education Association (UCLEA), 84, 86, 94

Use of program materials, 222–23

VIP, 172

Volunteers in Politics (VIP), 172

WAD, 172

Wallihan, James, 217–25, 271–80

Wertheimer, Barbara M., 3–11, 83–97

Wisconsin Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, 21–22, 24

Women and the Labor Movement, 167

Women-only courses in Europe, 262–63

Women’s caucus role play, 146–47

Women’s issues, handling of, in programs, 226–31

Women’s programs, 265–67; of IUE, 205–11; of UAW, 212–15

Women stewards (union), need for courses for, 183–85

Women’s Trade Union League, 265, 266, 267

Wood, Mary Alice, 164

Worksheets, 144

Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), 18–19, 265, 267

YWCA. See Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)

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