A strike paper, strike bulletin or strike newspaper is a news publication started by participants in a strike action.[1]

A 1983 Finnish nursing strike started a strike paper to efficiently communicate with its members.[2]

In popular culture

Papergirl by Melinda McCracken is a novel about a girl who distributes the strikers' newspaper during the 1919 Winnipeg general strike.[3]

Examples

References

  1. ^ "Strike Papers". Presstime. Vol. 7. 1985. pp. 30–.
  2. ^ Hayward, Sarah; Fee, Elizabeth (1992). "More in Sorrow Than in Anger: The British Nurses' Strike of 1988". International Journal of Health Services. 22 (3): 397–415. doi:10.2190/CKJC-UGCX-DTFN-W9AK. ISSN 0020-7314. JSTOR 45131053. PMID 1644505. S2CID 1540266.
  3. ^ Petz, Sarah (May 5, 2019). "Daughter of late Winnipeg writer revives long lost novel on 1919 General Strike". CBC News.
  4. ^ Berkowitz, Monroe (1990). "Review of On Strike! Capital Cities and the Wilkes-Barre Newspaper Unions". Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 43 (4): 480–481. doi:10.2307/2524137. ISSN 0019-7939. JSTOR 2524137.
  5. ^ Wagner, Dave; Buhle, Paul (1983). "Workers' Control and the News: The Madison, Wisconsin, Press Connection". In Green, James (ed.). Workers' Struggles, Past and Present: A 'Radical America' Reader. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. pp. 379–388. doi:10.1353/book.59700. ISBN 978-1-4399-1784-8.
  6. ^ Smith, W. Donald (1996). "The 1932 Asō Coal Strike: Korean—Japanese Solidarity and Conflict". Korean Studies. 20: 94–122. ISSN 0145-840X. JSTOR 23719604.