Focusing on alienation as a particularly important moment of the accumulation process, this paper clariWes the synthetic and symbiotic relationship between alienation, social control, and value. It is argued that value can be deWned as the continuity of social control and that social control is established through the process of alienation.
By an analysis of econometric studies, case study work and oYcial statistics, this paper debunks the idea that, for the majority of young women and young blacks, 'things are getting better' in the labour market. The main explanation lies in the particular form of stratiWcation that each experiences. Policy recommendations are discussed.
This paper explores the 'managerial labour process' in the utilities and draws on Armstrong's (1991) agency concept to demonstrate the manner in which staYng policies have re-cast professional cleavages as managers compete to protect their interests.
The article argues that the ec was founded to advance the free market in western Europe. It explores the relationship between mass society and the politics of a supranational commitment to market liberalism and examines the relationship between class and emu.
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