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Solidarity at Work: Concepts, levels and challenges

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Original languageEnglish
JournalWork, Employment and Society
DateAccepted/In press - 19 Jun 2019

Abstract

Solidarity is not a unified phenomenon with unchanging qualities; it partakes of moral, political and performative elements that are underpinned and reinforced by a shared work context, an organizational infrastructure and an institutional frame which together create distinctive path dependencies in solidarity across different forms of capitalism. Neo-liberalism has challenged these path dependencies by changing the material conditions and the ideological terrain, by heightening the diversity of the workforce, by restructuring the institutional context. However, this is not the end of solidarity and the article addresses the question of what sort of solidarities are now emerging and how.

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  • Boundaries, Institutions, Solidarities

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