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by Stanley Aronowitz,Jonathan Cutler

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ISBN:
0415917832
Author:
Stanley Aronowitz,Jonathan Cutler
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (November 8, 1997)
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288 pages
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In "Post-Work," Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work

In "Post-Work," Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work. The provocative essays that follow focus on specific issues that are key to our reconceptualization of the notion and practice of work, with coverage of the fight for shorter hours, the relationship between school and work, and the role of welfare, among others.

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In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work

In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work.

In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to.Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.

In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

Stanley Aronowitz (born 1933) is professor of sociology, cultural studies, and .

Stanley Aronowitz (born 1933) is professor of sociology, cultural studies, and urban education at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is also a veteran political activist and cultural critic and a passionate champion of organized labor  . The Last Good Job in America 2001 ISBN 0-7425-0975-3. The Knowledge Factory : Dismantling the Corporate University and Creating True Higher Learning (2001).

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Post-Work: The Wages of Cybernation. In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work.

From the Ashes of the Old: American Labor and America's Future, Houghton (Boston, MA), 1998. The events of Stanley Aronowitz's life, observed Nation writer Paul Buhle, "would have provided the perfect plot for a John Garfield film about the young blue-collar New Yorker who must choose between the viola and the revolution. Writing on his home page, Aronowitz noted that his score of books and numerous articles "cover labor, science and technology, education and cultural topics, and I have written on social and cultural theory.

In Post-Work, Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler have collected essays from a variety of scholars to discuss the dreary future of work. The introduction, The Post-Work Manifesto,, provides the framework for a radical reappraisal of work and suggests an alternative organization of labor. The provocative essays that follow focus on specific issues that are key to our reconceptualization of the notion and practice of work, with coverage of the fight for shorter hours, the relationship between school and work, and the role of welfare, among others. Armed with an interdisciplinary approach, Post-Work looks beyond the rancorous debates around welfare politics and lays out the real sources of anxiety in the modern workplace. The result is an offering of hope for the future--an alternative path for a cybernation, where the possibility of less work for a better standard of living is possible.