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Roger Seifert

This chapter provides an outline of the main elements of Marxism such as dialectical and historical materialism; exploitation; alienation; class, class struggle, and the role of the state. This is then applied to employment relations issues in terms of both explaining the ideological nature of HRM and providing concrete examples of how Marxists would analyse key issues such as pay, collective bargaining, employee engagement, and discrimination.

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Edited by Hans-Joachim Giessmann, Roger Mac Ginty, Beatrix Austin and Christine Seifert

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Edited by Hans-Joachim Giessmann, Roger Mac Ginty, Beatrix Austin and Christine Seifert

What are the main drivers of political transition and regime change? And to what extent do these apparently seismic political changes result in real change? These questions are the focus of this comparative study written by a mix of scholars and practitioners. This state-of-the-art volume identifies patterns in political transitions, but is largely unconvinced that these transitions bring about real change to the underlying structures of society. Patriarchy, land tenure, and economic systems often remain immune to change, despite the headlines.