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Living to Work or Working to Live?. Chapter-by-chapter, Keith Grint examines different sociological approaches to work, emphasising the links between social processes, the institutions woek employment, and their social and domestic contexts. Globalization and the Age of Enthralment? Trade Unions, Workers and Racial Discrimination.
Recruitment and the Politics of Exclusion 8. Back cover copy The third edition of this best-selling textbook has been carefully revised to provide an up-to-date, indispensable introduction to the sociology of work. Clearly, there is no one answer to this. British Trade Unions and Labourism. Do we work for the instrumental, material rewards it brings, or because of more meaningful, expressive orientations?
Women and Paid Labour. The fourth edition includes:. Accounting for Industrial Action. Request an Evaluation Copy for this title. Zilebo Kuwani rated it it was amazing May 04, From Plantocracy to Plutocracy.
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The third edition of this best-selling textbook has been carefully revised to provide an up-to-date, indispensable introduction to the sociology of work. The instrumental reasons for which we work are, seemingly, taking further precedence. It not only includes clear explanations of classic theories and evidence, but also covers the most cutting-edge research, data, and debates.
Theoretical Viewpoints on Women and Work. Gender, Patriarchy and Trade Unions 7. Grint and Nixon present data highlighting the lower union densities of women members, but showing that some progress in recruiting women into unions is visible.
The Sociology of Work
The separate chapters addressing gender, race and class help bring the issues in contemporary working life and its impact on certain groups into focus. Contents What is Work? Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
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Work, the Family and Gender. The fourth edition has been transformed to combine unrivalled explanations of classic theories with the most cutting-edge research, data and debates.
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Munif marked it as to-read Apr 28, Although dealt with separately, the issues for each group naturally overlap into other areas. Work in Historical Perspective 3. Class Industrial Conflict and the Labour Process.
The fourth edition has been transformed to combine unrivalled explanations of classic theories with the most cutting-edge research, data and debates. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Account Options Sign in. Radical Approaches to Work.
The book contains substantive new sections on globalisation, including global branding and slave labour, and a new chapter on the myths and realities of modern employment. References to this book Affluent Workers Revisited: Sijing marked it as to-read Aug 07, qork Keith Grint and Darren Nixon examine different sociological approaches to work, emphasizing the links between social processes, institutions of employment and their social and domestic contexts.
His use of an international range of empirical evidence helps to make his account especially ggint to undergraduate readers.