The anatomy of work; labor, leisure, and the implications of automation. Translated by Wyatt Rawson.


[New York] Free Press of Glencoe [1962] .

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Subjects Work.
Description 203 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
©1961
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword -- Introduction -- JOB SPECIALIZATION: SOME RECENT ASPECTS -- DECLINE OF AN ORTHODOXY -- TOWARDS JOB ENLARGEMENT: A. AMERICAN EXPERIMENTS -- TOWARDS JOB ENLARGEMENT: BRITISH INVESTIGATIONS -- DURKHEIM'S THEORIES: CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF THE DIVISION OF LABOUR -- THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER, THE SPECIALIST AND THE SPECIALIZED -- LEISURE AND DISSATISFACTION WITH WORK -- MILESTONES, PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES -- Technology Serves Notice on Man: Where shall he find a New Home? -- Statistical Appendix -- Notes -- Index of Names
Network Numbers (OCoLC)272524
(OCoLC)ocm00272524
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WorldCat Identities Friedmann, Georges, 1902-1977.
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