158.4 Work, alienation and subjetivity

Wednesday, August 1, 2012: 3:15 PM
Faculty of Economics, TBA
Giovanni ALVES , Sociology and antropology, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP - Marilia, Marilia, Brazil
Our goal is to present some critical reflections on the social morphology of work that emerges from the new restructured workplaces. this
so, we will seek to identify the new character of the precariousness of work that comes with the new prevailing wage instability in global capitalism. We underline the precariousness
of work not just on the point of view of labor force as commodity, but the precariousness of work in the dimension of the man-who-works as a human-generic being capable of responding to the movement of capital. finally, we redefine the concept of precariousness of the human experience of work while individuals in a particular class of personal historical context-specific: the historical context of capitalism manipulative.