Sociology for industrial relations by N R Sheth (Working Paper, No. 1984/502) Sheth, N. R.

By: Sheth, N. R
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1984Description: 35 p.Subject(s): Industrial relations | SociologyDDC classification: WP 1984 (502) Summary: The author examines the contribution of sociology to the field of industrial relations in the Indian context. The first part of the paper deals with the concept of industrial relations and its interface with conventional social sciences, especially sociology. It is argued that sociological studies of industrial relations should include the structure and dynamics of employer-employee relations as well as the behaviour of the various sets of actors in industrial relations situations in terms of their respective experiences. The existing literature relevant to sociology of industrial relations is then briefly reviewed, leading to the conclusion that this literature is dominated by inadequate and partial sociological perspectives. A few recent studies have however attempted more meaningful sociological analysis.
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The author examines the contribution of sociology to the field of industrial relations in the Indian context. The first part of the paper deals with the concept of industrial relations and its interface with conventional social sciences, especially sociology. It is argued that sociological studies of industrial relations should include the structure and dynamics of employer-employee relations as well as the behaviour of the various sets of actors in industrial relations situations in terms of their respective experiences. The existing literature relevant to sociology of industrial relations is then briefly reviewed, leading to the conclusion that this literature is dominated by inadequate and partial sociological perspectives. A few recent studies have however attempted more meaningful sociological analysis.

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