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Economic and Social Implications of Automation, Abstracts of Recent Literature. Volume 3, Literature 1961-1965.
Hardin, Einar; And Others
Abstracts and bibliographic information on social science research literature pertaining to this subject are grouped under the headings of: (1) Automation and Technological Change Concepts, Research Methods and Priorities, (2) General Surveys and Symposia, (3) Economic Growth, (4) Employment, Wages, Costs, and Output, (5) Job Content and Requirements, Selection and Training, and Job Design, (6) Formal and Informal Plant Organization, (7) Job Satisfaction and Attitudes Toward Change, (8) Planning and Administration of Change, (9) Unionism and Collective Bargaining, (10) Community and Society, and (11) Labor Market Policy and Programs. Most items reflect economic, psychological, and sociological correlates and effects of technological change. Descriptions of technology were included only when they appeared relevant to the problem of measuring the state of technology or its direction and rate of change. The content includes a list of related bibliographies and a glossary of acronyms. The 300 items in the bibliography are indexed by author. (DM)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. School of Labor and Industrial Relations.