Social Theory at WorkEditat de Marek Korczynski, Randy Hodson, Paul K. Edwards
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 23 Feb 2006
international experts. Schools covered include: Weberian, Marxian, Durkeimian, feminist, neo-classical economics, institutional economics, ethics, Foucauldian, postmodernist, organizational sociology and economic sociology.
Each chapter traces the origins of the theoretical school, reviews seminal contributions and considers major criticisms of the approach. In addition, the book features a section on key aspects of work-professions, technology, identity and globalization-to which these theories have been applied.
The book makes a major contribution in a number of ways: -Provides systematic coverage of major social and economics theories and the way they aid our understanding of work
-Includes a section of chapters that consider, in an applied way, how social theories have helped the analysis of key substantive areas of work
-Includes contributions from leading academics from both Europe and the USA
-Each chapter can be read as free-standing summary of a particular school of theoretical approach
-In addition, the introductory and concluding chapters examine themes cross-cutting the other chapters in the book
It is an essential text for academics and advanced students concerned with the sociology of work, management and organization studies.
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Marek Korczynski is a Reader in Employment Relations at Loughborough University. His research centres on social theory and work, on the sociology of service work and on music and work. He is the author of On the Front Line: Organization of Work in the Service Economy (Cornell University Press, 1999, co-authored) and Human Resource Management in Service Work (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2002). Randy Hodson is Professor of Sociology at Ohio State University. His research interests include worker citizenship and resistance, management behavior, and coworker relations. He is also engaged in research on economic transformations in Eastern Europe and China. His recent books include Dignity at Work (Cambridge University Press, 2001) and Worlds of Work: Building an International Sociology of Work (coauthored with Daniel B. Cornfield, Kluwer/Plenum, 2002). He is alsocoauthor with Teresa A. Sullivan of The Social Organization of Work, 3rd edition (Wadsworth, 2001) and editor of the JAI/ Elsevier Science annual series on Research in the Sociology of Work. For more information see his web site at: http://www.soc.sbs.ohio-state.edu/rdh/. Paul Edwards is a Professor of Industrial Relations at the University of Warwick and a Fellow of the British Academy. Current research focuses on employment policies in multinational companies and skills and training in small firms. The most recent of his eight books is The Politics of Working Life (OUP, 2005, with Judy Wajcman). He is a former editor of Work, Employment and Society.