Social research has shown that the transformations of work are linked to the processes of construction of subjectivity and social bond. These transformations unfold in heterogeneous ways and include discourses that justify, regulations, instruments and materialities that structure and sustain them, as well as subjectivities and practices. This article presents a psychosocial approach to the study of contemporary work transformations. For this, we present some guidelines about what should be considered as part of the field of analysis and how this can be done, illustrating it with the articles that are part of this issue.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychology (miscellaneous)