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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The institutionalization of the sociology of work in Latin America
Author: Abramo, L
Carrillo, J
Toledo, ED
Leite, MD
Novick, M
Santiago, CA
DaSilva, R
Abstract: This overview of the recent intellectual history of the sociology of work in Latin America contextualizes this history in economic globalization and restructuring and political institutions in Latin America The three-stage intellectual history addresses the development of a Latin American discipline whose theoretical models and empirical research strategies reflect cross-national similarities and variations in work, workers, and workplaces within Latin America and questions the acritical application of European and North American theoretical and research approaches. The analysis also describes the important role of social networks in the institutionalization of the discipline, including the establishment of the Latin American Sociology of Work Association in 1993.
Country: EUA
Editor: Sage Publications Inc
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1177/0730888497024003006
Date Issue: 1997
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