Lisl Klein has spent forty years working on the twin themes of the practice of social science in organizations and the importance of work and work organization. Papers on the first of these were published as Working Across the Gap. This volume brings together papers covering the second theme, the meaning and organization of work.

chapter One|30 pages

Introduction: the context

A perspective on work organization in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries

part I|46 pages

Making the Case

chapter Two|9 pages

The function of work in human life

chapter Three|17 pages

The meaning of work

chapter Four|16 pages

Luddism for the twenty-first century

part II|51 pages

Research Studies

part IV|52 pages

The Boundaries with Other Professions

part V|12 pages

and Finally . . .