The paper examines the relationship between disaffiliation and the zoning field, briefly reconstructing a small part of the metamorphosis of the social. As it shows, the key issue is not about old hopes but rather about a strong sense of non-returning security. The analysis excludes the role of income in shaping recent standard employment relationships; as insecurity and absence of rights were equally prevalent features also in the past. Taking Robert Castel’s research as a starting point, the author thus analyzes the precarious nature of employment relations. As is shown, whereas “previously” employees had permanent jobs and social benefits, now they are vulnerable actors who have lost forms of security in a handicappologie zoning field.

METAMORFOSI DEL SOCIALE COME CAMPO ECONOMICO

Pizzo Ciro
2021

Abstract

The paper examines the relationship between disaffiliation and the zoning field, briefly reconstructing a small part of the metamorphosis of the social. As it shows, the key issue is not about old hopes but rather about a strong sense of non-returning security. The analysis excludes the role of income in shaping recent standard employment relationships; as insecurity and absence of rights were equally prevalent features also in the past. Taking Robert Castel’s research as a starting point, the author thus analyzes the precarious nature of employment relations. As is shown, whereas “previously” employees had permanent jobs and social benefits, now they are vulnerable actors who have lost forms of security in a handicappologie zoning field.
Welfare, Metamorphosis, Handicappologie, Labor, Economic Zooning
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