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Cambiamento tecnologico e nuove sfide per la società
  • Franca Alacevich,

Will the new technological revolution inevitably destroy work? And will we have to get used to a society creating less and less employment opportunities? Shying away from apocalyptic as well as naively optimistic predictions, the Lecture offers some points for reflection on this question, constantly recurring in the media and the public, political and scientific debate. Based on what the past taught, the future depends on business and political strategies, and even on individual social actors.

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Franca Alacevich

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9442-081X

Franca Alacevich is Full Professor of Work Sociology at the University of Florence; she is also a teacher at the School of Political Sciences "Cesare Alfieri".
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Book Title

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Book Subtitle

Cambiamento tecnologico e nuove sfide per la società

Authors

Franca Alacevich

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

62

Publication Year

2019

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© 2019 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-5518-006-1

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978-88-5518-004-7

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978-88-5518-006-1

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978-88-5518-008-5

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978-88-9273-021-2

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Lectio Magistralis

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2612-7725

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2704-5935

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