Industrial sociology, until recently a crucial research area within the field of sociology of work, examines "the direction and implications of trends in technological change, globalization, labour markets, work organization, managerial practices and employment relations to the extent to which these trends are intimately related to changing patterns of inequality in modern societies and to the changing experiences of individuals and families the ways in which workers challenge, resist and make their own contributions to the patterning of work and shaping of work institutions."
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... One branch of industrial sociology is Labor process theory (LPT) ... Braverman's contribution to the sociology of work and industry (i.e ... industrial sociology) has been important and his theories of the labor process continue to inform teaching and research ...
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