Category Archives: Luis Felipe

The Political Dimension of the Challenge of Technological Disruption

Introduction While watching a recent interview on YouTube with the world’s first Humanoid Robot citizen, Sophia, [1] at the European Festival Brain Bar on the future held in Budapest, Hungary (Flex Tech July 2018), I was struck by one answer he/she/it … Continue reading

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Theorizing technological change and participatory/democratic practices in workplaces

This brief article promotes the development of new theories and approaches to replace traditional perspectives on the sociology of work and organizations. I will use as examples of this imperative recent theoretical developments and empirical findings concerning the relationship between … Continue reading

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