Sociology of Work and Industry, Books on Sociology of Work
Irene Padavic, Women and Men at Work - Second Edition - sagepub.com/book.aspx?pid=8823. This book differs from others by comparing womens and mens work status, addressing contemporary issues within a historical perspective, incorporating comparative material from other countries, recognizing differences in the experiences of women and men from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Relying on both qualitative and quantitative data, the authors seek to link social scientific ideas about workers lives, sex inequality, and gender to the real-world workplace. This new edition contains updated statistics, timely cartoons, and presents new scholarship in the field. In sum, the second edition of Women and Men at Work presents a contemporary perspective to the field, with relevant comparative and historical insights that will draw readers in and connect them to the wider concern of making sense of our dramatically changing world.
Berg, I., 1979, Industrial Sociology, Englewood Cliffs, N. J. : Prentice-Hall.
Doeringer, Peter B. and Michael J. Piore. 1976. Internal
Labor Markets and Manpower Analysis. Lexington: CD Health.
Mars, Gerald. 1994. Cheats at Work: An Anthropology of Workplace Crime. London: Allen and Unwin Press.
CaploW, T., 1954, The Sociology of Work, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Dingwall, R. and Philip, L., 1983, The Sociology of the
Professions: Lawyers, Doctors, and Others, London: Macmillan.
Dubin, R., 1976, Handbook of Work, Organization and Society, Chicago: Rand MaNally.
Elliott, P., 1972, The Sociology of the Professions, London: Macmillan.
Esland, G. and Salaman, G., 1980, The Politics of Work and Occupations, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
1973, The Professions and Their Prospects, Beverly Hills: Sage.
Freidson, E., 1994, Professionalism Reborn, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
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Hodson, R. and Sullivan, T., 1990, The Social Organization of Work, Belmont, Callifornia: Wadsworth Publishing Co.
Krause, C. L., 1971, The Sociology of Occupations, Boston: Little, Brown.
Maines, D. and Denzin, N., 1977, Work and Problematic Situations: The Structuring of Occupational Negotiations, New York: Free Press.
Miller, D. C. and William, H. F., 1980, Industrial Sociology: Work in Organization Life, New York: Harper and Row.
Montagna, P., 1977, Occupational and Society: Toward a Sociology of the Labor Market, Boston: Little, Brown.
Pahl, R. E., 1988, On Work: Historical, Comparative and Theoretical Approaches, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Pavalko, R. M., 1971, Sociology of Occupations and Professions, Itasca, II: F. F. Peacock.
Ritzer, G. and Walczak, D., 1986, Working: Conflict and Change, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
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Sabel, C. F., 1982, Work and Politics, Cambridge: Cambridge University.
Tausky, C., 1984, Work and Society, Itasca. III: F. E. Peacock.
Thompson, P., 1983, The Nature of Work, London: Macmillan.
Watson, T. J., 1980, Sociology, Work and Industry, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Wipper, A., 1984, The Sociology of Work, Ottawa: Carleton Unversity Press.
Bell, D., 1956, Work and Its Discontents, Boston: Beacon Press.
Bell, D., 1973, the Coming of Post-Inderstrial Society, New York: Basic Books.
Blau, P. M. and Duncan, O. D., 1967, The Americam Occupational Structure, New York: Wiley.
Blauner, R., 1964, Alienation and Freedom:The Factory Worker and His Industry, Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Breverman, H., 1974, Labor and Monopoly Capital, New York: Mothly Review.
Herzberg, F. and Mausner, B. and Snyderman, B., 1959, The motivation to work, Wiley.
Hughes, E, 1958, Men and Their Work, Glencoe III: Free Press.
Marx, K., 1967, Capital, New York: International Publishers.
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Anthony, P. D., 1977, The Ideology of Work, London: Tavistock.
Cherrington, D. J, 1980, TheWork Ethic: Working Values and Values That Work, New York: Amacom.
Friedman, G., 1992, The Anatomy of Work, London: Transaction Publisher.
MOW International Research Team., 1987, The Meaning of Working, London: Academic Press.
Wallman, S., 1979, Social Anthropology of Work, New York: Academic Press.
Abbot, A. 1989, "The New Occupational Structure: What Are the Questions?", WO 16(3): 273-291.
Blishen, E. R., Carroll, W. K. and Moore, C. 1987, "The 1981 Socio-economic Index for Occupations in Canada", The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 24(4):465-488.
Breiger, R. L. 1981, "The Social Class Structure of Occupational Mobility", AJS 87: 578-611.
Buraway, M., 1976, "The Fuctions and Reproduction of Migrant Labor: Comperative Material from Southern Africa and the United States", AJS 81: 1050-1087.
Granovetter, M., 1985, "Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness", AJS 91: 481-510.
Koch, J. V., 1987, "The Income of Recent Immigrants: A Look at Ethnic Differences", Social Science Quarterly 68: 294-310.
Penn, R. and Scattergood, H., 1988, "Continuities and Change in Skilled Work: A Comparison of Five Paper Manufacturing Plants in the U. K., Australia and the USA", The British Journal of Sociology 39(1): 69-85.
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Sorensen, A. B., 1977, "The Structure of Inequality and the Process of Attainment", AJS 80: 44-57.
Weiss, L., 1987, "Explaining the Underground Economy: State and Social Structure", The British Journal of Sociology 38(2): 216-234.
Wright, E. O., 1982, "Proletarianization in the American Class Structure, AJS 83: 176-209.
Wright, E. O., 1987, The Transformation of the American Class Structure, 1960-1980, AJS 93: 1-29.