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SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO
3 issues per year , ISSN 0392-5048 , ISSNe 1972-554X
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Sociologia del Lavoro is Italy's main review dealing with work and employment from a sociological perspective. It has a specific focus on interdisciplinarity and social change. Founded in 1978, it is published quarterly under the supervision of a qualified board of directors. It has stable collaboration agreements with Sociologie du Travail and Sociologia del Trabajo and relies on a network of foreign academic correspondents. It also publishes articles by contributors and international scholars.
The review publishes, and has been publishing for more than a decade, special issues containing the official records of the conferences, congresses and scientific seminars held by the "Economics, Labour and Organization" section of the "Italian Sociological Association" (ELO-AIS). Thus Sociologia del lavoro is mainly aimed at the sociological community interested in economics, labour and organization. It also seeks to provide a forum for open, wide-ranging and pluralistic debate between scholars, experts, social forces and cultural institutions. Each issue is structured in the same way: most articles develop a single theme which is introduced by the editors, while the final part is reserved for essays and critical notes on different subjects. The review guarantees the scientific quality of each issue thanks to a process of peer review, with each article submitted to two referees for review.

General Editor: Michele La Rosa (michele.larosa@unibo.it). Associate Editor: Enrica Morlicchio (enmorlic@unina.it) Vice -Editors: Vando Borghi (vando.borghi@unibo.it), Roberto Rizza (roberto.rizza@unibo.it), Laura Zanfrini (laura.zanfrini@unicatt.it). International scientific board: Aris Accornero, Tindara Addabbo, Leonardo Altieri, Giuseppe Bonazzi, Federico Butera, Carlo Carboni, Vanni Codeluppi, Domenico De Masi, Donata Gottardi, Michele La Rosa, Everardo Minardi, Enzo Mingione, Massimo Paci, Angelo Pichierri, Barbara Poggio, Enrico Pugliese, Emilio Reyneri, Adriana Signorelli, Mino Vianello, Luciano Visentini, Paolo Zurla.
Mateo Alaluf (Belgio), Juan Josè Castillo (Spagna), Pierre Desmarez (Belgio), Pierre Dubois (Francia), Claude Durand (Francia), Bryn Jones (Gran Bretagna), Jean-Louis Laville (Francia), Christian Marazzi (Svizzera), Pierre Rolle (Francia), Veronika Tacke (Germania), Bengt Starrin (Svezia), Vil Savbanovic Bakirov (Ucraina), Anna Inga Hilsen (Norvegia).

Editorial Secretary: Giorgio Gosetti, coordinatore (giorgio.gosetti@univr.it); Barbara Barabaschi (barbara.barabaschi@unicatt.it); Federico Chicchi (federico.chicchi@unibo.it); Barbara Giullari (barbara.giullari@unibo.it); Francesco Pirone (fpirone@unina.it)

The magazine provides two referees chosen among the members of the management and editorial staff or among foreign correspondents. One of the referees can be, on the recommendation of the aforementioned members, chosen among other Italian and foreign sociologist experts. Since the magazine is a monograph, the supervision of the entire volume may, from time to time, be delegated to the two referees chosen, in addition to the articles supervision. The evaluations will be forwarded to the authors in case of refusal to publish too.

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Issue 148/2017 
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Sonia Bertolini, Lia Pacelli, Oltre il gender gap: azioni, strumenti, prassi nelle carriere delle donne
Francesca Colella, Giovanna Gianturco, Mariella Nocenzi, La sfida delle donne in accademia: asimmetrie di potere, socializzazione alla professione e stili di leadership (The challenge of women in the academy: asymmetries of power, socialization to the profession, leadership styles)
Giulia Maria Cavaletto, Che genere di medicina? Fenomeni di segregazione occupazionale dentro la professione (What kind of medicine? Types of occupational segregation within the profession)
Natalia Faraoni, Maria Luisa Maitino, Letizia Ravagli, Atena o Demetra? Maternità, cura dei figli e percorsi di carriera (Athena or Demetra? Motherhood, children care and career)
Anna Carreri, Fare marcia indietro. Barriere e risorse nella costruzione dei percorsi lavorativi desiderati dalle donne (Making the reverse trend. Barriers and resources in the construction of working careers desired by women)
Amalia Caputo, Cristiano Felaco, La difficile conciliazione tra lavoro e care. La sperimentazione dei voucher baby-sitting come strumento di riduzione del gender employment gap (The hard reconciliation between family care and work. Introducing the voucher for babysitting services to reduce gender gap)
Angela Fedi, Lara Colombo, Lara Bertola, Chiara Rollero, Donne e carriera tra stereotipi di genere e conciliazione lavoro-famiglia. Un’analisi psico-sociale (Women and career between gender stereotypes and work family roles. A psychosocial analysis)
Rossella Rivaro, La rappresentanza di genere negli organi di amministrazione e controllo delle società: modelli giuridici a confronto (Gender representation in corporate governance: a comparison between legal systems)
Denis Giordano, Guillaume Santoro, La normativa francese sulla negoziazione dell’uguaglianza professionale nelle imprese. Una ricerca sull’impatto delle politiche pubbliche nella regione Aquitania (The negotiating process about workplaces equals’ opportunities in the French legislation. A research on the public politics’ impact in the Aquitaine region)
Domenico Carbone, Joselle Dagnes, Tutte le strade (che) portano qui Efficacia e limiti delle quote di genere nei CdA delle società quotate (All roads (that) lead here. Effectiveness and limits of gender quotas in listed companies’ boards)


Issue 147/2017 
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Giorgio Gosetti, Michel Marchesnay, Francesco Pirone, Introduzione. Il lavoro dell’innovazione nella piccola e micro impresa
Michel Marchesnay, Microentrepreneurship: a pragmatic research field
Ida Regalia, Comprendere le piccole imprese. Elogio delle diversità in uno sguardo globale (Understanding small enterprises. Praise of diversity in a global perspectives)
Giorgio Gosetti, Innovazione e piccole imprese: dimensioni e prospettive analitiche (Innovation and small enterprises: analitical dimensions and perspectives)
Rosamaria D’Amore, Roberto Iorio, Are small firms less innovative than large ones? A statistical overview on a European context and the peculiarities of Italy
Emilie Lanciano, Séverine Saleilles, Small firms in the sustainable transformation of food industry: entangling entrepreneurship and activism in grassroots innovation processes
Anna Moretti, Francesco Zirpoli, L’innovazione delle imprese della componentistica automotive: risorse interne e relazioni tra imprese (Innovation processes in the automotive suppliers’ network: internal resources and inter-firm relationships)
Sara Corradini, La micro impresa dell’artigianato artistico campano: tradizione, resistenze al cambiamento e necessità d’innovazione (The micro enterprise of artistic craft in Campania: tradition, resistance to change and innovation)
Enrica Amaturo, Barbara Saracino, L’innovazione nel mestiere di artigiano: liutai, orafi e presepai del centro storico napoletano (Innovation in craftsmanship: lute makers, jewellers, and nativity scene makers in the historical centre of Naples)
Lucia Bertell, Lavoro agricolo nelle economie diverse: giovani contadini capaci di innovazioni (Agricultural work in different economies: young people capable of innovations)
Annalisa Buffardi, Lello Savonardo, Contamination Lab, cultura digitale e imprenditorialità (Contamination Lab, digital culture and entrepreneurship)
Daniele Cattaneo, Filippo Monge, Trade unions and employers associations: a new welfare model


Issue 146/2017 
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Gabriella Alberti, Devi Sacchetto, Francesca Alice Vianello, Spazio e tempo nei processi produttivi e riproduttivi
Irene Peano, Global care-commodity chains: Labour re/production and agribusiness in the district of Foggia, southeastern Italy
Valeria Piro, Giuliana Sanò, Abitare (ne)i luoghi di lavoro: il caso dei braccianti rumeni nelle serre della provincia di Ragusa (To live (in) the working places: the case of Romanian greenhouses workers in the Province of Ragusa)
Veronica Redini, Made in... where? Territori e identità nei processi di valorizzazione delle merci (Made in... where? Territories and Identity in the Construction of the Value of the Commodities)
Antonella Ceccagno, New Insights on Global Care
María José Magliano, María Victoria Perissinotti, Informal Cities: Peruvian Migration, Textile Workshops and Urban Space in Argentina
Fulvia D’Aloisio, Tra le faglie della crisi. Un’analisi antropologica delle caratteristiche del lavoro e dell’organizzazione temporale nel reparto lastratura (CFK) di Automobili Lamborghini (Along the fault lines of the crisis. An anthropological analysis of job characteristics and time organisation in the body-shop unit (CFK) of Automobili Lamborghini)
Julia Soul, Workers’ Responses to Corporate Restructuring: Working Class Disorganization/Reorganization Processes in Argentina’s Steel Industry
Francesco E. Iannuzzi, Aggirare i vincoli. La frammentazione del lavoro nell’industria dell’ospitalità veneziana (Exceed the limits. The fragmentation of work in the Venice hospitality industry)
Annalisa Dordoni, Times and rhythms of the retail shift work: two European case studies. Immediate gratification and deregulation of shop opening hours
Anna Carreri, Nuove articolazioni spazio-temporali del boundary-work. Il caso dei lavoratori e delle lavoratrici della conoscenza (New spatial and temporal articulations of boundary-work. The case of knowledge workers)
Andrea Bottalico, Il lavoro portuale al tempo delle mega-navi: processi di trasformazione e risposte alle pressioni di mercato (Port labour in the time of mega-ships: transformation processes and responses to market pressures)
Dario Fontana, Time-based competition e salute: un caso di studio nella logistica (Time-based competition and health: a case study in logistics)


Issue 145/2017 
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Emiliana Armano, Marco Briziarelli, Federico Chicchi, Elisabetta Risi, Introduzione. Il lavoro gratuito. Genealogia ed esplorazione provvisoria del concetto
Isabell Lorey, Precarizzazione, indebitamento e dare tempo. Punti di convergenza delle 5 settimane, 25 giorni e 175 ore di Maria Eichhorn (Precarisation, Indebtedness, Giving Time. Interlacing Lines across Maria Eichhorn’s 5 weeks, 25 days, 175 hours)
Andrea Fumagalli, La parabola del lavoro: dall’homo faber al lavoro gratuito, tra riproduzione sociale e crisi della militanza (The parabola of work: from homo faber to unpaid work, between social reproduction and crisis of militancy)
Agostina Dolcemascolo, Guillermina Yansen, Informational cognitive exploitation: Concealed relationships behind prosumers’ activity on World Wide Web
Paolo Borghi, Guido Cavalca, I molteplici volti del free work e della flessibilità degli i-pros: dispositivi e spazi di (contro)soggettivazione (Multiple facets of free work and I-pros flexibility: dispositive and spaces of (counter)subjectivization)
Anna Carreri, Il lavoro delle relazioni, ma quali? Effetti di reciprocità in coppie dual precarious knowledge worker (Work of relations, but which ones? Reciprocity effects on dual precarious knowledge workers couples)
Emanuele Leonardi, Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Work as promise for the subject of employability. Unpaid Work as New Form of Exploitation
Gianluca De Angelis, Soggettività in gioco: la gratuitizzazione del lavoro in una cooperativa sociale (Subjectivities at stake: Desalarization of work in a social co-operative)
Cyprien Tasset, Identifying as a precarious knowledge worker in France. Ambivalences and variations
Marc Loriol, The collective regulation of smac workers’ passion and involvement
Daniela Ferri, Annalisa Murgia, Senza limiti, ma con passione. Senza riconoscimento, ma con ottimismo. Lavorare con un assegno di ricerca nell’università italiana (Without limits but with passion. Without recognition but with optimism. Working as temporary research fellow in Italy’s university)
Mauro Turrini, Mattia Gallo, Free genome. La condivisione del genoma personale tra produzione di valore e processi di soggettivazione (Free genome. Personal genome sharing between value production and subjectivization processes)
Sandra Burchi, Lavorare a/da casa. Esercizi di dis-alienazione e gestione dello spazio (Working at/from home. Exercises of dis-alienation and of space management)


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