Evolving Work : Employing Self and Community Hardback
Part of the Transformation and Innovation series
The idea of Self and the authenticity of particular identities have been rapidly dissolving in the acids of post-modern globalising capitalism.
The hegemony of patterns of work, wage-labor and the operation of labour markets in the American West (and European North) has ridden rough-shod over distinctive ways of enabling communities to flourish in many parts of the Southern and Eastern worlds (Global South).
But, this is not inevitable. Indeed, as this book indicates, there are many practical examples across the globe - that connect with some of the most significant theoretical challenges to the operation of dehumanising work - which reveal that a profound reversal is taking place.
As such, the core theme of this book is to show that a movement is occurring whereby self-employment can be transformed into communal work that employs the Self in ways that release the authentic vocations of people, individually and collectively. The approach taken in these chapters traverses the globe, utilising the original `integral worlds' model that will be familiar to students of the Trans4M/Routledge Transformation and Innovation series, developed over more than a decade.
Such a standpoint points the way to the release of particular social and economic cultures in each of what we term the four "realities" or "worldviews" of South, East, North and Western worlds.
In this book we use the methodology of GENEalogy - identifying the realms associated with each world - to show how the rhythms, that is Grounding, Emergence, Navigation and Effect, of each is leading to greater economic, social and spiritual freedom for individuals, organisations, communities and, indeed, entire societies.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 324 pages, 5 Line drawings, black and white; 9 Tables, black and white; 5 Illustrations, black and w
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 01/08/2018
- Category: Sociology: work & labour
- ISBN: 9780815356073
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