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Reclaiming work : beyond the wage-based society

Author: André Gorz; Chris Turner; Centre national du livre
Publisher: Cambridge Polity Press 1999
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

The author of this work argues that the societies created by Fordism have been falling apart and given way to "non-societies", in which a tiny dominant stratum has grabbed most of the surplus wealth.  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: André Gorz; Chris Turner; Centre national du livre
ISBN: 0745621279 9780745621272 0745621287 9780745621289
OCLC Number: 247347036
Notes: Literaturangaben
Published with the assistance of the French Ministry of Culture - Centre national du livre
Translated from the French
Description: vi, 185 Seiten 24 cm
Contents: Introduction. 1. From the Social State to the Capital State. 2. The Latest Forms of Work. 3. The Lost Magic of Work. 4. Moving Beyond Wage-Based Society. Epilogue. Digression I: Community and Society. Digression II: Alain Touraine or the Subject of Criticism. Notes. Index.
Other Titles: Misères du présent
Responsibility: André Gorz. Transl. by Chris Turner


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a It is to Gorz...(excellently translated by Chris Turner), that readers should turn for a compelling combination of sharp analysis, well wrought polemic, and suggestions for the future.a Red Pepper Read more...

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