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Social Status of Rural and Urban Working Women in Pakistan

von Prof. Dr. Amber Ferdoos

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Harry Braverman in his book ‘Labour and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century’ (1974) writes that the labour process has become the responsibility of the capitalist (Braverman 1974: 57). The worker suffers the progressive alienation of the process of production, while the capitalist gets to decide what to do with it. That’s the basis for the development of a profession called ‘management’ and the progressive refinement of the division of labour, both of which determine what the firm does with the workers’ labour power. And, of course, they do what is most efficient for the production of capital, while the worker fights holding actions on wages and conditions of work. According to him, the more work is centralised, the more items are mass-produced, and the more science and technology get built into the machines and procedures, the more interchangeable workers become and the less control they have (Ibid. 227).

Due to the scientific-technological revolution based on the systematic use of science for the more rapid transformation of labour power into capital, a new occupational distribution of the employed population, creation of mass occupations and change of working class results.

BRAVERMAN’S LABOUR AND MONOPOLY CAPITAL

by Robert M. Young

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[...] 'Having been forced to sell their labour power to another, the workers also surrender their interest in the labour process, which has now been "alienated". The labour process has become the responsibility of the capitalist.' (57) The worker suffers the progressive alienation of the process of production, while the capitalist gets to decide what to do with it. That's the basis for the development of a profession called 'management' and the progressive refinement of the division of labour, both of which determine what the firm does with the workers' labour power. And, of course, they do what is most efficient for the production of capital, while the worker fights holding actions on wages and conditions of work. [...]

[...]

[...] The more work is centralised, the more items are mass-produced, and the more science and technology get built into the machines and procedures, the more interchangeable workers become and the less control they have. [...] (227) [...]

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[...] And the scientific-technical revolution, based on the systematic use of science for the more rapid transformation of labour power into capital, also begins, as we have indicated, at the same time.


Braverman, Labour and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century. New York & London: Monthly Review Press, 1974. Pp. xiv+465.

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Af describes the contents of Braverman (1974) in the words of a review from 1974. Nothing has been marked as a citation.

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