21st Century Protests Against Objectionable Labor Practices

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 16:326-329 (2005)
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A framework is given for the discussion of blogs as a form of online business protests against objectionable labor practices. Blogs are described and analyzed regarding responsibility and effectiveness. Future research on the morality and effectiveness of blogs and other types of online business protests is detailed.



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