KNOWLEDGE OF THE RIGHT-TO-WORK LAW AMONG RESIDENTS OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
MARC G. SINGER
AbstractThe purpose of this investigation was to determine whether residents of the state of Oklahoma were cognizant of the provisions of the right-to-work law that they had enacted in 2001. One hundred randomly chosen Oklahoma residents were sampled by telephone and responded to an eight-item questionnaire. The results of the study indicated that average residents of Oklahoma were uninformed or misinformed about their rights under the law. Additionally, the results of the investigation were compared to results obtained sixteen years earlier in Idaho, immediately following the adoption of its right-to-work legislation. These comparisons indicated that significant differences existed between the states and between the males of the states.
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