Picketing is a form of protest where a group of people stand outside a building. It is most commonly employed during strikes where workers protest against working conditions and/or their employers.
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Problems and Purpose
Picketing is a tactic used by workers during a strike (suspension of work) in protest against an aspect of working conditions. It involves a group of two or more workers standing outside entrances to the place of work, most frequently with the aim of highlighting the issue to passers-by and fellow workers, and to persuade or peacefully attempt to stop others from entering the workplace. The overall aim of this tactic is to suspend labour, placing pressure on employers to adjust their behaviour accordingly.
Origins and Development
Participant Recruitment and Selection
How it Works: Process, Interaction, and Decision-Making
Influence, Outcomes, and Effects
Analysis and Lessons Learned
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