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The Emerging Post industrial Worker
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activities administrative agencies analysis argue attorneys become blue-collar workers Braverman bureaucratic capital capitalist changes clients corporate craft workers Derber deskilling division of labor economic emerging employment engineers ethics expertise faculty fessional functionalists functions goals groups higher education highly ideological proletarianization increase increasingly individual industrial workers interests knowledge Kornhauser labor power labor process large law firms Larson lawyers legal services loss of control major Marxist ment occupations organization organizational percent physicians political position postindustrial practice practitioners problems production profes professional dominance professional employees professional proletarianization professional workers profit projects proletarianiza proletarianization theorists rationalization relation relatively requirements routine scientists sector sionals skills social workers specialized staff stratum structural subordinate suggests supervision surplus value tarianization technical proletarianization theory thesis tion U.S. Department unions wage-laborers Wall Street welfare white-collar workers workplace