Industrial Society


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Industrial Society

a UK organization (now called the Work Foundation) which aims to promote public awareness of industry and to encourage good practice amongst managers, especially in relation to EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT. It has strongly recommended the practice of TEAM BRIEFING.
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And, furthermore, I hold that whatever is horrible in industrial society is due to the ignorance of the capitalist class.
Another point would be--and I think this is very important, and of course this is where the mainstream and the radical environmental movements diverge--shallow ecology was that ecology which took for granted industrial society and tried to clean its act up.
In a joint statement released on Monday, groups meeting under the auspices of the Federation of Egyptian Industries announced their objection to a new mining law and its executive regulations in their current form, claiming that it violates the constitution approved by Egyptians and that the constitution stipulated participation by the civil and industrial society in formulating laws and regulations that pertain to them, which did not take place in the case of this law.
Marion Lockhart has been secretary of the Industrial Section of the Glendale Horticultural and Industrial Society for 19 years.
The rise and functioning of industrial society depends upon both dominance over the natural environment (and the understanding of reality that this necessitates), and the obscuring of individual and collective connections to reality that would otherwise clearly reveal the pernicious and self-defeating features of industrial society.
This is what permits industrialism to live comfortably with itself, despite its conscious awareness of being inherently expansionist, and with enough self-knowledge to understand that industrial society has two choices: endless growth or death.
In the alleys and tenements of New York a modern industrial society is forged in a bloodbath of warring tribes of nativists and immigrants--refereed by a corrupt political machine that lives off the blood and bodies of the poor.
This model dining room is an example of an Arts and Crafts designer responding to the changes wrought by an industrial society without rejecting it.
EAPs are specialized service delivery systems developed to meet the needs of impaired employees and employers in our industrial society.
Thanks to new technologies, Gilder told us, "all of the monopolies and hierarchies and pyramids and power grids of industrial society are going to dissolve.
Decade by decade, the demands of the union movement and the response by government and management have changed and evolved as the country moved from an industrial society to a service and consumer-oriented one.
The son of a Protestant minister, he had a strong sense of mission, which was reinforced by his dislike of industrial society and his work as lay preacher among poor coal miners in Belgium.

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