The Role of Digital Communities in Organizing Gig Workers
Using survey data from 450 ridehail drivers, this article examines how social networking sites (SNS) influence workers’ views on union instrumentality and unionization. This article finds that more frequent interaction with other workers in online communities is associated with improved views of uni...
|Main Author:||Maffie, Michael David|
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.01.2020
Wiley Subscription Services, Inc
|published in:||Industrial relations (Berkeley) Vol. 59; no. 1; pp. 123 - 149|
|Data of publication:||January 2020|
The data collection efforts for this article were supported by a research grant from Cornell University’s ILR School. The author gratefully acknowledges the feedback and insights provided by Alexander Colvin, David B. Lipsky, and Louis Hyman. Additionally, the author is indebted to Rachel Aleks and Adam Seth Litwin for their advice and suggestions on an earlier draft of this article. Finally, data collection would not have been possible without the support Harry Campbell.
The author’s affiliation is Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania. E‐mail
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|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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