Automation and industrial workers: a fifteen nation study
Jan Forslin, Adam Sarapata, Arthur Murray Whitehill, Frank Adler, European Coordination Centre for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences
Pergamon Press, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 249 pages
Results of a 15-nation research project on the impact of automation on work content, work conditions & worker attitudes. Compares the impact of automation on two different socio-economic systems.
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Introduction Adam Schaff
The Experience of the Inter Vladislav Ussenin
Automation and Work 0rganisa
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