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Sociology of Work and Industry
The sociology of work and industry studies the patterning of work activities and work-related institutions in industrialized societies, taking into account ongoing changes in technology, global relations, labor markets, work organizations, managerial practices, and employment relations. It observes the ways in which these changes are related to patterns of inequality in modern societies and to the experiences of individuals and families as well as the ways in which workers challenge, resist, and make their own contributions to the shaping of social worlds. These concerns are consistent with but more extensive than what was previously labeled industrial sociology.This term is currently rarely used. The former industrial sociology's essential concern with the social implications of industrialization can nevertheless be carried forward within a coherent but expanded ‘sociology of work and industry.
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