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Work Want Work

Work Want Work

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Wydawnictwo Zed Books Ltd
Data wydania 01/03/2020
Wydanie Pierwsze
Liczba stron 192
Forma publikacji książka w miękkiej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Literatura popularna
Język angielski
ISBN 9781786997289
Kategorie Filozofia popularna, Kultura, Kultura popularna, Teoria społeczna, Socjologia: praca i siła robocza, Rynek pracy, Wpływ nauki i technologii na społeczeństwo
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Work Want Work considers in captivating detail how a logic of work has become integral to everything we do, even as the place of formal work has become increasingly precarious. With reference to sociological data, philosophy, political theory, legislation, the testimonies of workers and an eclectic mix of cultural texts - from Lucian Freud to Google, Anthony Giddens to selfies, Jean-Luc Nancy to Amy Winehouse - Pfannebecker and Smith lay out how the capitalism of globalized technologies has put our time, our subjectivities, our experiences and our desires to work in unprecedented ways. As every part of life is colonized by work without securing our livelihoods, new questions need to be asked: whether a nostalgia for work can save us, how ideas of work change conceptions of political community, how employment and unemployment alike have become malemployment, and whether the work of our desire online can be disentangled from capitalist exploitation. The biggest question, at a time when the end of work and a fully automated future are proclaimed by Silicon Valley idealists as well as by social democratic politicians and left-wing theorists, is this: how can we propose a post-work society and culture that we will actually want? 'Combining an unprecedented overview of contemporary paradoxes in the politics of anti-work with a fresh and sophisticated argument for a liberatory post-capitalist horizon predicated on sharing limits, Work, Want, Work is a marvellously compact, well-written, informative and thoughtful book.' Sophie Lewis, author of Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family 'A fascinating review of the state of play - and work - in contemporary society. Pfannebecker and Smith have produced a little gem of an alternative future; stop "working" and read it!'Keith Grint, The University of Warwick

Work Want Work

Spis treści

Preface: The Putting to Work of Everything We Do
1. Lifework

On Not Being a Baker - Nostalgia for Work - What Will We Do in the Post-Work Utopia? - Literary Communism


2. Work Expulsions

The End of Unemployment - 'I Would Prefer Not To' - Malemployment and Disemployment


3. We Young Girls

Histories of the Young Girl - Amy or Peaches? - The Hard Work of Being a Young Girl


4. Three Ways to Want Things After Capitalism

The Jetsons Fallacy in Anti-Work Writing - What Does Silicon Valley Want? - Repurpose Your Desire


Epilogue: Share Your Limit

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