Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Labor Process Under Monopoly Capitalism

Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Labor Process Under Monopoly Capitalism Since The S, Industrial Sociologists Have Tried To Answer The Question, Why Do Workers Not Work Harder Michael Burawoy Spent Ten Months As A Machine Operator In A Chicago Factory Trying To Answer Different But Equally Important Questions Why Do Workers Work As Hard As They Do Why Do Workers Routinely Consent To Their Own Exploitation Manufacturing Consent, The Result Of Burawoy S Research, Combines Rich Ethnographical Description With An Original Marxist Theory Of The Capitalist Labor Process Manufacturing Consent Is Unique Among Studies Of This Kind Because Burawoy Has Been Able To Analyze His Own Experiences In Relation To Those Of Donald Roy, Who Studied The Same Factory Thirty Years Earlier Burawoy Traces The Technical, Political, And Ideological Changes In Factory Life To The Transformations Of The Market Relations Of The Plant It Is Now Part Of A Multinational Corporation And To Broader Movements, Since World War II, In Industrial Relations

Michael Burawoy has been a participant observer of industrial workplaces in four countries Zambia, United States, Hungary and Russia In his different projects he has tried to illuminate from the standpoint of the working class postcolonialism, the organization of consent to capitalism, the peculiar forms of class consciousness and work organization in state socialism, and, finally, the dil

[Ebook] ➠ Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Labor Process Under Monopoly Capitalism Author Michael Burawoy – Uc0.info
  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Labor Process Under Monopoly Capitalism
  • Michael Burawoy
  • English
  • 12 November 2018
  • 9780226080383

10 thoughts on “Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Labor Process Under Monopoly Capitalism

  1. says:

    Burawoy never fails to come off like a pretentious academic, but I believe Berkeley will do that to you This is a classic study for any organizational ethnographer, qualitative methodologist or general lover of social research and theory.

  2. says:

    didn t finish, but had some interesting and thought provoking moments.

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