Beynon, Huw

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BEYNON, Huw. British, b. 1942. Genres: Industrial relations, Sociology. Career: University of Bristol, lecturer in sociology; University of Durham, reader in sociology; University of Manchester, research fellow, 1973-74, professor in sociology; Cardiff University, School of Social Science, director. Publications: (with R.M. Blackburn) Perceptions of Work, 1972; Working for Ford, 1973; (with T. Nichols) Living with Capitalism, 1977; What Happened at Speke?, 1978; (with H. Wainwright) The Workers Report on Vickers Ltd., 1979; (with N. Hedges) Born to Work, 1982; (with R. Hudson and D. Sadler) A Tale of Two Industries: The Decline of Coal and Steel in the Northeast, 1991; A Place Called Teesside, 1994; (with T. Austrin) Masters and Servants: Class and Patronage in the Making of a Labour Organisation, 1994; (with A. Cox and R. Hudson) Digging up Trouble: Opencast Coal Mining, the Environment and Social Protest, 2000. EDITOR: Digging Deeper: Issues in the Miners Strike, 1985; (with P. Glavanis) Patterns of Social Inequality, 1999; (with S. Rowbotham) Looking at Class, 2001. Address: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, Glamorgan Bldg, King Edward VII Ave, Cardiff M13 9PL, England. Online address: [email protected]