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An Introduction to the Sociology of Work and Occupations by Rudi Volti

By Rudi Volti

The Sociology of labor and Occupations, moment Edition connects paintings and occupations to the major matters of sociological inquiry: social and technological switch, race, ethnicity, gender, social category, schooling, social networks, and modes of association. In 15 chapters, Rudi Volti succinctly yet comprehensively covers the adjustments on this planet of labor, encompassing every little thing from collecting and looking to operating in cutting-edge details Age. This ebook introduces scholars to a hugely proper research of society at the present time. during this new and up-to-date variation, globalization and expertise are each one given their very own bankruptcy and mentioned in nice depth.

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