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Abstract in English:
The transition from industrial Fordism of mass production to the post-Fordism economic model has deeply marked a change in terms of economic production, and in particular a shift in the working structure system.
One of the consequences of globalisation is the weakening of traditional class-based social spaces that historically facilitated associational ties and fostered collective forms of identity, such as the collaborative structure of the office. In particular, in Europe, the collapse of the employment paradigm,
often exacerbated by current forms of nomadic work and combined with high social expectations and job uncertainty, has led to the recasting of labour organisation and the configuration of a new way of working.
Editor(s) Full Names Sebastian Loew
Open Access? Yes
Journal Urban Design Group Journal
Publication Year 2019
Volume Winter 149
Publisher Urban Design Group Journal
ISSN/ISBN Issn 1750 712x