SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN ROMANIA. THE INSSUFICIENCY OF A CORRECT SOCIAL REPRESENTATION WITHIN ROMANIAN UNIONS

  • Simona Mina Constanta Maritime University

Abstract

Trade union movement in Romania is mostly oriented on actions by the type reaction and decrease of the impact of trade unionism would be generated by the fact that, for various reasons, these reactions are emptied of content, simple reflexes of structures to mobilize now deprived of their engine: political action. My answer starts to widen the field of analysis. My thesis is that, already long enough, Romanian unionism prefer to old social reaction and " trade union struggle ", the participation in the construction of policies in areas of interest. Unions dealing increasingly more in some other things than protecting workers in enterprises, their wage rights or otherwise. Not that they would not do typical labor union; it continues to be irreplaceable. But, increasingly more often, unions are difficult to replace within public space in this area of reference.

Published
Mar 20, 2019
How to Cite
MINA, Simona. SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN ROMANIA. THE INSSUFICIENCY OF A CORRECT SOCIAL REPRESENTATION WITHIN ROMANIAN UNIONS. Constanta Maritime University Annals, [S.l.], v. 27, n. 223, mar. 2019. ISSN 2067-0427. Available at: <http://annals.cmu-edu.eu/index.php/cmuannals/article/view/70>. Date accessed: 29 oct. 2020.
Section
Section VI - Maritime Economics, Logistics and Social Sciences