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A solution is unimaginable today, because, in Sennett’s words “people are aware of only the most accessible facts about themselves”, without a broader picture of themselves in society and world system and without an understanding of agents that are shaping their lives.
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Refresh and try again. Aug 03, Tom Ewing rated it really liked it. Jul 06, Gizem Kendik rated it really liked it. The classical allusion is typical: With the emergence of social media, that have been useful to create a cultural identity for a generation, based on the global identity that have grown on the fertile land of a generation connected to the internet, watching same tv shows, looking similar, thinking similar and doing similar things.
The workers are all probably overly educated for the work they are doing — they possibly have a college degree — but they have only the most rudimentary skills in relation to the computerised system they are a very small cog within and knowing just how little they know of the system exonerates them from all care when things go wrong.
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However the following points were salient: Corroaion must proceed your writing. To richrd other readers questions about The Corrosion of Characterplease sign up. I know my audience would appreciate your work. The embrace of impersonal change, Sennett writes, means a removal of agency – while the operations of power remain, there is a diffusion of responsibility at every level of work except the strictly personal. In the mid s, as the work-world of modern capitalism began to alter quickly and radically, Mr.
Aug 09, Julie rated it liked it. In fact, Sennett says at one point that even while disaster is unfolding, people get up and sennettt work — their shift has come to an end and they have another job waiting for them.
Not character in the tv series sense – or character in the isn’t that heavy drinker amusing sense but character in the sense that a person is able to discern long term good and the good as a whole and strive toward that not putting necessarily putting aside rifhard benefit but understanding the difference and corrossion judgments and acting in ways that don’t harm others. Todo para el ganador. The Corrosion Of Character is about what happens to people’s sense of themselves in these conditions.
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The game of power is being played by the team against teams in other companies. Be the first to ask a question about The Corrosion of Character. I kept thinking of that thing they tell you about — the five phases of grief or whatever it is called — but here the workers all highly skilled computer programmers and such started off blaming the company, but ended by blaming themselves.
So I’m intimately familiar with much of what he discusses in this slim, bleak, but humane book – particularly the way the change and ‘disruption’ of globalism are presented as impersonal, irresistible forces. Sennett’s book mixes sociological fieldwork with an overview of philosophical attitudes to work, from the Classical era to the Enlightenment. But the problem persists; in a world where cultural identity is the main variable o But even personal responsibility and independence – the paramount virtues of this new world – begin to lose meaning and satisfaction as the ability to make a narrative of one’s life diminishes.
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Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! Fortunately, in Portugal, we are years away from this awfull regime. Van en contra meva. La societat actual ha perdut el control dels somnis i sentiments dels de baix. Of the people he meets, the only ones who seem to have recovered some lx of meaning and personal narrative are a group of laid-off IBM workers.
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I like what you guys are up too. Sennet seems not to agree with Rico’s provisional ‘identity’ in the book’s interview and the tone suggested to me to have him or the readers feel misgivings about the net negatives of this generational “mobility” and endless economic uprootedness. Oct 09, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Whenever I take a look at your website in Safari, it looks fine but when opening in I.
Although the white collars, blue collars and service workers are facing similar problems in the face of late capitalism, the intensity of those problems mentioned in the book should differ in those work groups.
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Young, global population is something i think about from time to time; people who graduated with skills that have low demand in the labor market the problems with labor economy is another storywho are exposed to lifestyles that are financially far from them, who have electronic access to anything, anywhere in the world, who have ambitions and plans for themselves, yet with a low probability to achieve those ambitions at any point in their lives.
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