Workers' attitudes to technical change: an integrated survey of research
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accept adjustment ALAIN TOURAINE anomie attitudes towards change attitudes towards technical automation autonomy become behaviour tending Burns and Stalker C. R. Walker co-operation community consciousness consequences considered decision-making decisions defined effect employment environment evolution example expectations expression fact factory favourable attitude firm Friedmann functioning G. L. Palmer geographical mobility hierarchy important individual industrial sociology influence informal integration interest introduction iron and steel job enlargement job rotation less machine mass production Max Weber meaning ment methods miners modernisation moreover Moscovici motion studies normlessness norms occupational mobility organisational change participation personnel position possible problems rationalisation reactions resistance to change restriction of output result role satisfaction situation skilled social environment society socio-economic socio-technical system sociologists specific stage status technical change technical mobility technical progress tending towards change tion Touraine trade union action traditional types of organisation United Kingdom values voluntaristic wage workshop