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Science and Technology in the Workplace
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Henke, Christopher. 2010. “Science and Technology in the Workplace”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


With the growth of ".com" internet commerce and the so-called "new economy," everyone knows that science and technology have major impacts on the direction of work, the workplace, and capitalism itself. Science and technology, though, have been key factors in shaping work since at least the beginning of factory production in Europe. Similarly, the work...

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Science and Technology
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College 400

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