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De la subordination à la domination du salarié : la « preuve sociologique » par le temps de travail

Abstract : This article focuses on the legal implications of the recent changes in wage labor. From a basis in the sociological studies of the Toyota model, it explores the multiple normative means used to establish a clear domination by workers of working hours, under the cover of increasing autonomy and responsibility (exception to the legal length of working hours, yearly calculation of working hours, day-based count of work time, overtime, new articulation of norms). The article then suggests that side by side with a subordinate position, a new criteria qualifying the work contract, that of a dominate position, was introduced that would reestablish a systematic legal control over the legitimacy of working conditions.
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Cyril Sintez. De la subordination à la domination du salarié : la « preuve sociologique » par le temps de travail. La domination en question. Des formes et des normes en temps de crise, Centre d’Histoire « Espaces et Cultures » (CHEC) de l'Université de Clermont-Ferrand; Université Clermont Auvergne, Jun 2011, Clermont-Ferrand, France. ⟨hal-03106131⟩



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