Posts Tagged ‘ Dead Man Working ’

Non-Stop Inertia – Precarity and the Workplace, a ‘workers society and Dead Man Working

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

In our culture of short-term work, mobile communications and rolling media it seems we are always on the move; but are we really getting anywhere? Non-Stop Inertia argues that this appearance of restless activity conceals and indeed maintains a deep paralysis of thought and action, and that rather than being unquestionable or inevitable, the environment

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Extract from Dead Man Working, Carl Cederström and Peter Fleming

Oct 29th, 2012 | By
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Endorsements: A bracing thesis to consider on your tightly regulated lunchbreak….. Gathering examples from Žižek to Woody Allen or film adaptations of Stephen King, the book is mordantly entertaining. Stephen Poole, The Guardian Cederström and Fleming, like a present day Virgil, bravely venture into an underworld full of shades whose entire lives have been put to work, who throw

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