By Simon Clarke
This paintings specializes in the recent different types of clash that come up within the transition to a marketplace economic climate. Following a piece of writing creation, papers theorize the result of empirical examine into styles of clash and varieties of exchange unionism in Russian companies within the transition interval. those are by way of an in depth case examine of the improvement of an autonomous exchange union in a single huge commercial company, and a paper which explores alterations within the prestige hierachy of the economic firm. papers then deal with the much-neglected factor of gender differentiation on the paintings position, either papers query the meant passivity of Russian ladies employees. the 2 ultimate papers deal with the problem of clash and alter within the exterior family of agencies via case experiences of the method of financial ruin and of clash among insiders and outsiders. this article is the second one quantity within the sequence "Management and in Russia", reporting at the result of a programme of study into the restructuring of social kin in Russian commercial construction.
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Interest is always tied to the place occupied by a given status position within social space. As a social organisation consists by definition of status positions distinguished by their place in social space (above all by the quantity of power, rights, responsibilities, functions and so on), the heterogeneity of interests presents itself as an attribute of the organisation. The multi-layered character of statuses gives rise to the multi-layered character of interests: the individual holding a particular job has one interest, as a member of a brigade she also appears as bearer of a group interest, as a worker in a particular shop she is bearer of the shop interest, as worker of her enterprise she is a bearer of its interests, as a member of society she is a bearer of nation-wide interests.
Instead, as Elain argues, they still see themselves as intruders in a men’s world in which they have no rightful place. This leaves women in a vicious circle, for the alien language in which they articulate their experience prevents them from organising collectively as women, yet it is only by organising collectively as women that they can develop a common language which does articulate their own experience and aspirations. This conclusion then leads us back to the problem of Galya’s paper: under what conditions do women workers in Russia organise collectively as women?
But then one will suddenly hear or observe something which throws all that familiarity into doubt, so that one has the sense of being in a completely different world. In the same way, features which appear at first sight very strange, may later, in a different light, seem very familiar. This paradoxical character of Russian society, from a Western point of view, appears very starkly when we consider the question of gender relations and the position of women in Russia. It is possible to paint two very different, and equally plausible, pictures of the position of women in Russia.