Social Polarisation has been an important topic of interest in social research since the 1950s.
In recent years there has been a continuity on the debates on social polarisation, maintaining both optimistic and pessimistic interpretations of the deindustrialisation and service sector growth arisen in the 1970s and 80s:
The empirical evidence lends a certain degree of support of both “optimistic” and “pessimistic” interpretations of labour market transformations.
Which interpretation do you consider more accurate to the labour market transformations in Europe? Why?
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