Martin, Roderick

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MARTIN, Roderick

MARTIN, Roderick. British, b. 1940. Genres: Administration/Management, Industrial relations, Sociology. Career: Jesus College, Sr. Research Fellow, 1966-69; Trinity College, University Lecturer in Sociology, 1966-84, Official Fellow in Politics and Sociology, 1969-84; Imperial College, London, Professor of Industrial Sociology, 1984-88; Templeton College, Oxford, Fellow, 1988-91; Glasgow University Business School, Professor of Organizational Behaviour, 1992-99, Director, 1992-96; University of Southampton, professor of Organizational Behaviour, 1999-, Directory, School of Management, 2000-03. Publications: (ed. with D.E.H. Whitely) Sociology, Theology and Conflict, 1969; Communism and the British Trade Unions 1924-33, 1969; (with R.H. Fryer) Redundancy and Paternalist Capitalism, 1973; The Sociology of Power, 1977; New Technology and Industrial Relations in Fleet Street, 1981; (with R. Undy et al) Ballots and Trade Union Democracy, 1984; (with J. Wallace) Working Women in Recession, 1984; (with B. Moore) Management Structures and Techniques, 1985; Bargaining Power, 1992; (with R. Undy et al) Managing the Unions, 1996; Transforming Management in Central and Eastern Europe, 1999. Address: School of Management, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, England. Online address: [email protected]