Maite Tapia
Maite Tapia
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TitleCited byYear
Organising migrants as workers or as migrant workers? Intersectionality, trade unions and precarious work
G Alberti, J Holgate, M Tapia
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (22), 4132-4148, 2013
1152013
Mapping the frontier of theory in industrial relations: the contested role of worker representation
M Tapia, CL Ibsen, TA Kochan
Socio-Economic Review 13 (1), 157-184, 2015
672015
Trade union revitalisation: Where are we now? Where to next?
CL Ibsen, M Tapia
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2), 170-191, 2017
642017
Mobilizing against inequality: Unions, immigrant workers, and the crisis of capitalism
A Avendaņo
Cornell University Press, 2014
602014
Marching to different tunes: Commitment and culture as mobilizing mechanisms of trade unions and community organizations
M Tapia
British Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (4), 666-688, 2013
582013
Union Campaigns as Countermovements: Mobilizing Immigrant Workers in F rance and the U nited K ingdom
M Tapia, L Turner
British Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (3), 601-622, 2013
422013
The limitations of the theory and practice of mobilization in trade union organizing
J Holgate, M Simms, M Tapia
Economic and industrial Democracy 39 (4), 599-616, 2018
182018
Renewed activism for the labor movement: the urgency of young worker engagement
M Tapia, L Turner
Work and Occupations 45 (4), 391-419, 2018
162018
Supra-union and intersectional organizing: An examination of two prominent cases in the low-wage US restaurant industry
M Tapia, TL Lee, M Filipovitch
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (4), 487-509, 2017
162017
Union campaigns as counter movements:‘Best practice’cases from the United Kingdom, France and the United States
M Tapia, L Turner, D Roca-Servat
Mobilizing Against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers and the Crisis of …, 2014
102014
Unpacking the category of migrant workers in trade union research: A multi-level approach to migrant intersectionalities
M Tapia, G Alberti
Work, Employment and Society 33 (2), 314-325, 2019
82019
Fighting precariousness: union strategies towards migrant workers in the UK, France, and Germany
M Tapia, J Holgate
29th Annual Meeting, 2017
82017
The United Kingdom: dialectic approaches to organizing immigrant workers, postwar to 2012
M Tapia
Adler LH, Tapia M., Turner L., eds, 2014
72014
Social movement unionism: a toolkit of tactics or a strategic orientation? A critical assessment in the field of migrant workers campaigns
M Tapia, G Alberti
Social Movements and Organized Labour, 109-127, 2018
42018
Dialectic Approaches to Organizing Immigrant Workers, Postwar to 2012
M Tapia
Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of …, 2014
42014
Organizing the Fragmented Unorganized: An examination and history of the fast food movement
T Lakhani, M Tapia
Perspectives on Work 18 (1), 22-106, 2014
32014
Mobilizing Against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism
M Tapia, L Turner, LH Adler
Cornell University Press, 2014
32014
Bridging Social Movement and Industrial Relations Theory: An Analysis of Worker Organizing Campaigns in the United States and China'
M Tapia, M Elfstrom, D Roca-Servat
Forest Briscoe Brayden G King Jocelyn Leitzinger (ed.) Social Movements …, 2018
12018
Evaluating Community Organizing: Does the Context Matter? Evidence from the US, Germany, and the UK
M Tapia
Paper to the 31st Annual International Labour Process Conference, 2013
12013
Power in coalition: Strategies for strong unions and social change
A Tattersall
Cornell University Press, 2011
12011
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