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Trabalho Operário e Novas Tecnologias de Produção: Alguns resultados de investigações internacionais

Workers labour and new production technologies: some results from international research

António Moniz ()

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Abstract: In the last two decades (70 and 80) there took place an intensive controversy in the field of Industrial and Work Sociology. There the topic of the study object of this scientific discipline is again discussed. This controversy, however, has a relatively different sense in comparison with the one that existed in early 60ies. The more recent one followed the increasing number of possibilities of electronical equipment for data processing at the same time its price is decreasing. In this article we try to give knowledge of the main elements that take part in such debate. It is also important to present the international character of the research developed in association with this discussion. It evolves a plurality of research teams that present, compare and synthesize the results of empirical studies that are applied for a wide variety of countries.

Keywords: industrial sociology; information technology; data processing; research (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J29 A14 O14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1993-08, Revised 1993-02
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