AP/POLS4406 3.0 A: Contemporary Politics of Work and Labour

Offered by: POLS


Fall 2019






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

An analysis of the ability of late-capitalist political and economic institutions to restructure and project themselves anew, including more flexible forms of production and new political alliances. Forces shaping the contemporary politics of work and labour are examined, as well as the restructuring of waged work, and the altering spatial patterns of production.

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