Ebook “La digitalizzazione del lavoro: sguardi globali, nuove forme e nuovi attriti, impatto sul lavoro sociale” by Niccolò Cuppini and Maël Dif-Pradalier.
From today you can download the e-book of Centro competenze lavoro, welfare e società (CLWS) del Dipartimento economia aziendale, sanità e sociale (DEASS) entitled “La digitalizzazione del lavoro: sguardi globali, nuove forme e nuovi attriti, impatto sul lavoro sociale” (“The digitisation of work: global glances, new forms and new frictions, impact on social work”) edited by Niccolò Cuppini and Maël Dif-Pradalier.
Digitisation is one of the most obvious and decisive aspects for analysing and understanding the transformations of our time. A process that involves all aspects of daily existence, starting with the definition of old and new forms of production, distribution and consumption.
This e-book investigates in polyphonic and multi-disciplinary terms some of the salient aspects of these issues, proposing a collection of contributions ranging from the new dimensions assumed by the factory to the new forms of digitised mobility, passing through the mobilizations that are taking place in the platforms and the new citizenship profiles that these prefigure, and going on to explore how these elements impact social work.
Thanks to the contribution of experts and experts and a series of meetings that have put research in dialogue with the world of work, the book is proposed as a framework for understanding what is happening with the digitisation of work and as a series of ideas for future study.
In particular, chapter 6 is focused on PLUS project:
Della platform economy, delle competenze e della cittadinanza: spunti e scenario del progetto europeo PLUS in tempi di pandemia (Platform economy, skills and citizenship: ideas and scenario of the European project PLUS in times of pandemic) by Filippo Bignami.
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