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Global China Social Research Hub Public Seminar Series: Digital Labour and Digital Workerism (October 21, 7:00pm)

Global China Social Research Hub Public Seminar Series: Digital Labour and Digital Workerism (October 21, 7:00pm)

The use of digital technology has become a key part of contemporary debates on how work is restructuring, the future of work/ers, resistance, and organising. Workerism took up many of these questions in the context of the factory particularly through the Italian Operaismo â connecting the experience of the workplace with a broader struggle against capitalism.

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 Social Sciences Faculty

 7th October, 2020

#China #HKU #SocialSciences #digital

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