Industrial Sociology: An Introduction

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St. Martin's Press, 1985 - Social Science - 303 pages
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'Industrial Sociology' presents, in a systematic format, many of the most important empirical studies on the various dimensions of industrial society and assesses their validity for theoretical generalization. It covers a wide body of material and develops topics such as industrialization and the nature of industrial society, the consequences of technology for division of labor and workers, small groups in industry, work motivation, the rise of large corporations and professional managers, the working class, trade unions, industrial conflict, and industrial democracy.

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