Social movements, protest, and contention ; v. 20.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: Corporations as the new frontier for lesbian, gay, and bisexual rights The rise of the corporate workplace The slowdown in new corporate organizing Building and benefiting from the movement Winds of change outside corporate walls: external factors influence gay-inclusive policies Corporate windows of opportunity: the impact of internal factors on gay-inclusive policies Changing the corporation from inside out: the power of employee activism Conclusion: movement success, theoretical and practical Appendix: The birth of gay employee networks and the adoption of domestic partner benefits.
Based on the author's doctoral thesis, State University of Ohio, 2000. Data gathered from Fortune 1000 companies.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.