Labor Process

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  • The labor process refers to the relationship between individuals and their work. It is the application of talents and skills to the transformation of material into something that becomes more valuable than if it had not been transformed. Think of the ...

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    • Digital and Computer Revolution: Reshaping Jobs and Workplaces
    • Employment Relationships
    • Everyday Life at Work
    • Globalization and Cross-National Perspectives on Work
    • Inequality, Stratification, and Power at Work
    • Labor Movement and Other Forms of Collective Action
    • Occupations and Professions, Labor Processes, Jobs, and Careers
    • Theories of Work and Economy Key Concepts
    • Unpaid Work
    • Work and Identity, Social Psychology of Work
    • Work, Family, and Personal Life
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