Journal of Co-operative Studies Vol 51 No 2 (no 153) Autumn

Guest Editorial

Skills for co-operators in the 21st century: learning to do, learning to be - Amanda Benson, Cilla Ross and Sarah Alldred, Co-operative College, UK

Table of Contents

- Summer 2018 Vol 51 (no 2)

Critical thinking for an engaged university

David Davies and James Nyland, pp 5-18

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Living co-operative values in educational contexts

Marie Huxtable and Jack Whitehead, pp. 19-28

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The involvement of youth in top management of co-operatives

Rosidah Rashid and Nasibah Ahmad, pp. 29-36

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Short Papers

Harnessing research for a 21st-century co-operative movement: Introducing the Co-operative Early Researchers Network

Tony Webster and Olga Kuznetsova, pp 37-42

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Working together - the push back from co-operatives and trade unions starts here

Alex Bird, pp 43-54

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Learning through architecture and successful capital projects in the post-capitalist economy of Northern England

Stephen McCusker, pp 55-62

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How the co-operative movement can change further and higher education for the better

Colin Waugh, pp 63-66

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Practices and skills for self-governed communal life and work: lessons for co-operators for one US and one German egalitarian community

Katarzyna Gajewska, pp 67-72

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