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International and Comparative Labor Movements   Tags: nb_labor  

A course guide for SMLR course 37:575:301.
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Before You Start Your Research

International and Comparative Labor Movements


Welcome to the RUL Library Guide for the SMLR course Comparative Labor Movements.  This guide is intended to be a starting point for undergraduates, graduate students, and interested researchers.  Some of the resources listed are available to Rutgers affiliates only.  Non-Rutgers researchers may be able to access article databases through their own academic institution or their local public library.  Union activists should also consult our library guide Research Guide for Union Leaders & Activists (

The Carey Library, located in the Labor Education Center on the Cook campus, is open to the public.  Come visit us!  Or, if you need research assistance, give us a call or send an e-mail.


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