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Immanuel Ness is professor of political science at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, United States. He is also the director of the Graduate Political Science Program at the Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker Education in New York City, and has taught at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Union Leadership Program, and Cornell University Institute for Labor Relations. His current research examines the working class and labor unions from a historical-comparative perspective in a regional, national, and global context. Ness is the author of numerous scholarly articles, chapters, review essays, and books on labor organizing, trade unions, migration, and unemployment, including Immigrants, Unions, and the New US Labor Market (2005) and Chains of Migration (forthcoming), and (as editor) the Encyclopedia of American Social Movements , recipient of an American Library Association Best Reference Award in 2005. Since 1999, Ness has been editor of Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society (Wiley-Blackwell), a peer-review quarterly social science journal on labor and class. He is founder of the Lower East Side Community Labor Coalition, which received a Proclamation from the City Council of New York in 2001 for advancing labor standards in low-wage occupations. Ness lectures widely at universities and research institutes in the United States, Caribbean, ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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