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Some sociological aspects of change in industrial organisations

T. J. Watson

Some sociological aspects of change in industrial organisations

by T. J. Watson

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Thesis(M.Sc.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1972.

Statementby T.J. Watson.
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Open LibraryOL19627706M

  The Fourth Industrial Revolution (and Industry ) will dramatically change the way we work, interact with each other and live our lives. It's disrupting every industry and company in the world. Industrial sociology is a discipline which deals with study and examination of interaction of human in technological change, globalization, labor markets, work organization, and managerial practices. A sociology of work Industry: academics, government, business, and religious.

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ADVERTISEMENTS: Everything you need to know about the approaches to industrial relations. Industrial relations refer to the collective relationship between management, employees and government in any organization. It deals with the people at work. Approaches to Industrial Relations is a comprehensive field of study, subtle as well as gross, a vast area of interactions, actions [ ]. Sociological Perspectives on Social Change. Sociological perspectives on social change fall into the functionalist and conflict approaches. As usual, both views together offer a more complete understanding of social change than either view by itself (Vago, ). Vago, S. (). Social change (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.


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