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Le nuove mobilitazioni dei lavoratori nel capitalismo digitale: una comparazione tra i ciclo-fattorini della consegna di cibo e i conducenti di amazon nel caso italiano
Titolo Rivista: ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE  
Autori/Curatori: Loris Caruso, Riccardo Emilio Chesta, Lorenzo Cini 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2019 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  18 P. 61-78 Dimensione file:  292 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ES2019-001006
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Questo articolo investiga il potere ed il ruolo degli algoritmi nell’organizzazione del lavoro digitale, focalizzandosi in particolare sull’impatto che la loro introduzione ha avuto sulle condizioni professionali e sulle forme di resistenze dei lavoratori. Attraverso l’illustrazione di due casi di studio - quello dei ciclo-fattorini della consegna di cibo e quello dei conducenti di Amazon - cercheremo di capire: 1) in che modo gli algoritmi guidino e controllino l’organizzazione del lavoro e la prestazione dei lavoratori; 2) come questi lavoratori si siano mobilitati e lo abbiano fatto con (relativo) successo in contesti e all’interno di processi lavorativi considerati sfavorevoli all’azione collettiva.


Keywords: Algoritmo, piattaforma digitale, sfruttamento, mobilitazione, nuovi lavoratori

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Loris Caruso, Riccardo Emilio Chesta, Lorenzo Cini, in "ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE " 1/2019, pp. 61-78, DOI:10.3280/ES2019-001006

   

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