By Kevin Whitson
Issue 22, Autumn 2010 pp 28-31
‘The research discussed in this article is about work, society, and politics with a focus on engineering from the mid-1920s to the mid-1970s. Its starting point is earlier research on the ‘labour process’ specifically the influence of Taylorism and ‘scientific management’ in Britain. The broader aim is now to connect what Burawoy called ‘the politics of production’ with the politics of the wider society.’
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