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Bacio

Marco Bacio

Doctoral student

Bacio

Varietà delle forme di rappresentanza di cittadini e lavoratori: verso un’analisi internazionale e comparata.

Author

  • Bianca Beccalli
  • Guglielmo Meardi
  • Marco Bacio

Summary, in English

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the recent changes in the forms of representation of workers and citizens in a historical and comparative perspective. The issue of exclusion from representation has been important for a long time among social scientists both with reference to citizen’s rights and to trade union coverage of insiders and outsiders. This issue became more important in the recent years of economic crisis. In the course of time and especially since the end of the XXth century the forms of representation of workers have been changing and the mixing of the issues of workers and citizens representation has become more complex. A variety of representation’s forms has emerged which recalls those of the XIXth century rather than the established form of representation of the XXth. If this is true, it can be useful to “look back to see (better) forward”. This article aims at contributing to new stream of literature which can be christened Varieties of Representation with an explicit reference to the well know literature on the Varieties of Capitalism.

Publishing year

2014

Language

Italian

Pages

11-25

Publication/Series

Quaderni di Rassegna Sindacale. Lavori

Volume

15

Issue

1

Document type

Journal article

Publisher

Edisse

Topic

  • Gender Studies

Keywords

  • Trade Unions
  • Social Movements
  • Labour Market
  • Italy
  • Representation
  • Revitalisation.

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISSN: 1590-9689