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This volume makes a significant contribution to the deeper understanding of the subjective reactions to socio-economic change and its political reverberations. It raises the question of whether, and to what extent, changes in the employment system and in working life contribute to making people receptive to xenophobia, nationalism and racism.
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About the Author
Jörg Flecker is Director of the Forschungs- und Beratungsstelle Arbeitswelt (FORBA) in Vienna and external Professor of Economic Sociology at the University of Vienna. His main fields of research are work organization, flexibility, new technology and internationalization. He was the co-ordinator of the European project 'Socio-economic change, individual reactions and the appeal of the extreme right' (SIREN) and currently co-ordinates the qualitative research within 'Work Organization and Restructuring in the Knowledge Society' (WORKS), an 'Integrated Project' in the EC's 6th Framework Programme.