volume 38, issue 1_suppl, P192-222 1990
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1990.tb03353.x
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Abstract: This paper considers the ways in which technologies are underpinned by patterns of work organisation and power relations in manufacturing industry. It takes as its starting point the emergence of manufacturing technologies during the Industrial Revolution, showing how these were imbued with the methods of factory organisation which were then gaining currency -the visions of industrial entrepreneurs, engineers and political economists. Technologies have continued to be associated with particular patterns of wo…

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