Technology & labor

by Elliott Dunlap Smith

Publisher: Arno Press in New York

Written in English
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Places:

  • United States,
  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Cotton manufacture -- United States -- Personnel management,
  • Textile workers -- United States,
  • Machinery in the workplace -- United States,
  • Cotton manufacture -- United States -- Technological innovations

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Frey shows how the impacts of automation upon the British and American workforce have been shaped by changing power by: 6. The author discusses how it was a short period before the labor saving technologies became labor enhancing technologies and how the productivity of labor and capital started to get shared more equally.

This technology revolution created the middle class and narrowed inequality in the Western world substantially over the last century/5(39). This book is concerned with the future direction of the international division of labour in manufacturing.

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In this book Fulya Apaydin argues that labor responses to dramatic technological change are influenced by the political institutions of the Global South more than any other factor.

In addressing vocational education programs – which are highly relevant in understanding how labor unrest is governed in developing settings – she makes two. This book provides an in-depth analysis of the demand for PhDs on the labor markets of twelve countries.

The authors analyze the role of PhDs in the creation of innovation in a knowledge-based economy and examine economic issues such as the return on investment for the education and training of doctoral graduates. In The Technology Trap, Frey argues that the detrimental effects of labor-replacing technologies near the turn of the twenty-first century have differed from the gains created by labor-enabling technologies in the twentieth, but mirror closely the labor replacement in the first Industrial Revolution at the start of the nineteenth, another era.

Synopsis: This book examines women’s relationship to technology. It challenges the assumption that technology is gender neutral. Wajcman examines only specific areas where the gender of technology has had an impact; office technologies, reproductive technologies, domestic technologies, the built environment (the house itself), the computer/5.

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Frey shows how the impacts of automation upon the British and American workforce have been shaped by changing power structures. A collection of essays on workers' efforts in the 19th and 20th centuries to assert control over the processes of production in US.

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This book covers the the A – Z of multiple unit anterior and posterior porcelain application. In The Technology Trap: Capital, Labour and Power in the Age of Automation, Carl Benedikt Frey explores automation and its consequences, taking the reader on a long sweep of UK and US industrial history that demonstrates the distinction between labour-enabling and labour-replacing technologies.

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U.S. manufacturing has seen tough times over the past few decades.