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Workplace Democracy and Possessive Individualism

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NOTE: This is one of those moments when I’m definitely weilding my “hammer”; but I want it clear that I’m thinking out loud. I know that this can be highly charged and controversial; I’m hoping to invite thoughtful and detailed consideration and dialgue about this issue. As an educator, it is of vital importance to me. Edited for clarity, March 1, 2008. As a university teacher, I often find students resisting me not at an intellectual level, but at the level of identity. Can I, a gay white male, possibly be an effective mentor or teacher to a Mexican American? An African American? An immigrant from ...
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china: market socialism or capitalism?
classes and class struggle in China’s past and present day. Here, David Schweickart, replies to YiChing Wu's article from yesterday, which was actually an earlier exchange between them at the Global Studies Association at Depaul University in 2006. What's Wrong with China? By David Schweickart Loyola University There's plenty wrong with China, as everyone knows. --The income gap is large and widening--China's Gini coefficient, a standard measure of income inequality, is now larger than the U.S.'s. --Unemployment is rising as large numbers of state-owned enterprises shed workers, before or ... market research, surveys and trends
Twenty first century enlightenment: something to build on ...
My PA, Barbara Corbett, whose effectiveness is only surpassed by her patience, was relieved I was due to go to Leeds yesterday to speak at a conference on privacy.  Over the years she has got used to my gloomy mood the day after my annual lecture. Having spent several weeks researching and writing and the immediate days beforehand worrying how the speech will go, once it’s over my immediate reaction has tended to be ‘what was the point of that’? It’s partly that the speeches (especially the 2008 effort) have simply not been as good as I wanted but also that the vague hope they will spark a wider reaction than the polite response ... market research, surveys and trends

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WORKPLACE DEMOCRACY AND POSSESSIVE INDIVIDUALISM

Beyond crime and punishment: Part 2—Democratic proposals for ...
9 Workplace democracy to enhance accountability and the ability of the worker to ... Wars - or 300 billion dollars - about what is spent of military goods and .... oriented to possessive individualism. Thepraxis self system is composed of social ..... It has avoided war for 174 years, and 95 percent of the means of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Uncertain lives: migration, the border and neoliberalism in Australia
found that 48.5 percent of respondents thought of asylum seekers as unskilled. ... net gain to the Commonwealth budget of $36.7 million over five years. .... government's revision of the 1996 Workplace Relations Act, the Workplace Relations .... In The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism, C.B. Macpherson ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Possessive Individualism: The Intellectual Legacy of C. B. Macpherson, 155-173, .... Ronald Mason, Participatory and Workplace Democracy, in Work and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Democracy in America, is a video resource for teachers of civics, showing examples of democracy ...... production line and the quality of the workplace and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Slashdot | Why Are So Many Nerds Libertarians?
Agreed - I know more than my share of libertarians but none of them are techies by any stretch of the term (most of them aren't even especially sane). I've met a number of apolitical techies, but otherwise, in my limited experience, they fall into one of the two usual categories. Then again, it's fair to say that Microsoft can be seen as something of a political entity in the tech world, and there are those who happily live within its warm embrace and others who reject everything associated with the Beast of Redmond, with vigor and dedication. Offhand I don't find it hard to see parallels between the ...