Afortunados Trabajadores Precarios

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Este libro presenta un diagnóstico nuevo de la tendencia mundial a la precarización del trabajo en cuanto a seguridad, horario, organización y relaciones laborales. La autora realiza un original análisis de este fenómeno a partir del estudio de Villa Hidalgo, Jalisco, importante centro comercial del occidente de México, constituído por micronegocios de la industria del vestido. El texto muestra cómo en Villa Hidalgo se presentan características de flexibilidad laboral similares a las del resto del mundo, a la vez...
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Overview

Este libro presenta un diagnóstico nuevo de la tendencia mundial a la precarización del trabajo en cuanto a seguridad, horario, organización y relaciones laborales. La autora realiza un original análisis de este fenómeno a partir del estudio de Villa Hidalgo, Jalisco, importante centro comercial del occidente de México, constituído por micronegocios de la industria del vestido. El texto muestra cómo en Villa Hidalgo se presentan características de flexibilidad laboral similares a las del resto del mundo, a la vez que es notable por su desarrollo económico, rápida expansión y capacidad de ocupar personal. Especialmente relevante es el análisis sobre el modo en que la precariedad es subjetivamente asumida como algo no sólo normal, sino ventajoso; lo cual cuestiona la interpretación de otros autores acerca de las actuales tendencias laborales. Los expertos encontrarán que "este libro es una notable aportación a los estudios que desde la Sociología del Trabajo ponen énfasis en la nueva ruralidad" (Dr.Juan José Morales, Universidad de Guadalajara). Asimismo, los microempresarios encontrarán en él un acertado análisis de las condiciones y tendencias actuales que perfilan su trabajo.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783639554762
  • Publisher: AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG.
  • Publication date: 1/21/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2014

    Excellent overview about the modern labor conditions. This apply

    Excellent overview about the modern labor conditions. This apply around the world. 
    Theoretically the job and economies should serve humanity, not vice versa

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