Trabajo y sociedad
versión On-line ISSN 1514-6871
CERUSO, Diego. Political parties, trade unions and the shop‐floor organization: The strike by the meatworkers of Avellaneda in 1932. Trab. soc. [online]. 2012, n.19, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1514-6871.
The main intention of the work is to deepen the line of research that examines the relationship between the left-wing currents and the labor movement argentine during the 1930s. In particular, we will approach the study of the programs and trade union practices deployed the Communist Party in one of the economic sectors of greater relevance in the productive structure national: the meat industry. We seek to revise the trade union policies of the structures international, continental and national of the communism with the willingness to observe its impact on the trade union organization of workers from the meat. We face the investigation from a perspective of analysis that prioritizes give an account of the practices and strategies of workers in the workplace. The work of the workers in factories and enterprises is reviewed during the preparation and development of the strike in refrigerators in Avellaneda in 1932. The proposal to examine the relationship between left and labor movement translates here in the analysis of the trade union tactics of communism and its impact on the based trade organization during the strike in refrigerators in Avellaneda in 1932.
Palabras llave : Communism; Labor movement; Strike; Meatworkers; Shop-floor organization.