Labor and monopoly capital : the degradation of work in the twentieth century / by Harry Braverman ; foreword by Paul M. Sweezy.

Author
Braverman, Harry [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Monthly Review Press, [1975, ©1974]
Description
xiii, 465 pages ; 21 cm

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Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Part I: Labor and Management : 1 Labor and Labor Power
  • 2 The Origins of Management
  • 3 The Division of Labor
  • 4 Scientific Management
  • 5 The Primary Effects of Scientific Management
  • 6 The Habituation of the Worker to the Capitalist Mode of Production
  • Part II: Science and Mechanization : 7 The Scientific-Technical Revolution
  • 8 The Scientific-Technical Revolution and the Worker
  • 9 Machinery
  • 10 Further Effects of Management and Technology on the Distribution of Labor
  • Part III: Monopoly Capital : 11 Surplus Value and Surplus Labor
  • 12 The Modern Corporation
  • 13 The Universal Market - 14 The Role of the State
  • Part IV: The Growing Working-Class Occupations : 15 Clerical Workers
  • 16 Service Occupations and Retail Trade
  • Part V: The Working Class : 17 The Structure of the Working Class and Its Reserve Armies
  • 18 The "Middle Layers" of Employment
  • 19 Productive and Unproductive Labor
  • 20 A Final Note on Skill.
ISBN
  • 0853453403
  • 9780853453406
SuDoc no.
Y 4.IN 8/16:V 66/3
LCCN
74007785
OCLC
1008042
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