Generational approach to the social patterns of relation to work

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Generational approach to the social patterns of relation to work
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GENERATIONAL APPROACH TO THE SOCIAL PATTERNS OF RELATION TO WORK — SPReW
Generational approach to the social
patterns of relation to work
SPReW
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Generational approach to the social patterns
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SPReW
STATE OF THE ART
Project CIT5-028408
Funded under Priority 7:
Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-based Society
DG Research
Report Issued in
October 2006
Coordinator of project:
Association pour une FONDATION TRAVAIL-UNIVERSITE
Work and Technology Research Centre
Namur, Belgium
Patricia VENDRAMIN
Partners of project:
Centro de Investigaçao e Interveçao Social, Lisboa, PT, Paula Castro
Fondazione Regionale Pietro Seveso, Milano, IT, Anna Ponzellini
Institut Arbeit und Wirtschaft, Bremen, DE, Rainer Zoll
Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, HU, Julia Vadja
Social development agency (SDA)/European Trade-Union Confederation (ETUC)
Bruxelles, BE, Claudio Stanzani
Ministère de l’Emploi, du Travail et de la Cohésion sociale, Direction de l’animation de la recherche,
des études et des statistiques, Paris, FR, Helene Garner
Centre d’Etude pour l’Emploi, Noisy-le-Grand, FR, Dominique Meda
2007
Directorate-General for Research
Citizen and governance in a knowledge-based society
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SPReW – State of the art report
SPReW
Generational approach to the social patterns of
relation to work
A state of the art report
Workpackage 1: state of the art of the current research and conceptual
framework for analysis
Edited by Patricia Vendramin (FTU)
Project no. 028408 (CIT5)