72/73, 2010. Table of Contents. Missing tribute to eddie webster

Cover, Publication Guidelines, Contents page

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

Jacklyn Cock, i-iii 


Southern windmill: the life and work of Edward Webster
Michael Burawoy, 1-25 

Eddie Webster, the Durban moment and new labour internationalism
Rob Lambert, 26-47 

Against the odds: the sustainability of the South African Labour Bulletin
Johann Maree, 48-65 

Public sociology and the transformation of the university
Anthea Metcalfe, Jacklyn Cock, 66-85 

Brazil’s ‘pro-poor’ strategies: what South Africa could learn
Gay Seidman, 86-103

Class and social reproduction in migrant households in a South African community
Khayaat Fakier, 104-126

Institutionalisation, strike violence and local moral orders
Karl von Holdt, 127-151 

Becoming a social movement union: Cyril Ramaphosa and the National Union of Mineworkers
T Dunbar Moodie, 152-180 

Workplace change and frontline supervision in deep-level gold mining: managerial rhetoric or practice?
Sizwe Timothy Phakathi, 181-204

Globalisation, labour and development: a view from the South
Ronaldo Munck, 205-224

‘There shall be work and security’: utopian thinking or a necessary condition for development and social cohesion
Edward Webster, 225-246 

Notes on Contributors