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Poll and debate: your views on the labour market transformations in Europe

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?

Vote the poll and leave a reply below to share your views and try to persuade others!

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One Response

  1. Hola, La sensació que em dona el blog just a l’obrir-lo, es la densitat d’informació que transmet en els primers instants, potser perque estem mal acostumats a les webs mes actuals en les quals la informació esta tota mastegada. El blog, pero, incita a dedicar-hi el temps necessari per captar tots els continguts amb la importancia que es mereix i perque sigui entenedor per algu acostumat a un camp completament diferent, com per exemple en el meu cas, que em bellugo entre numeros i figures geomètriques en un espai 3D. Molta sort.

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