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Labour Exploitation And Work-Based Harm

Sam Scott
Published 2017 · Political Science
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This book considers labour exploitation from a social harm perspective, arguing that, as a global social problem, it should be located within the broader study of work-based harm. Written by an expert in policy orientated research, it critiques existing approaches to the study of workplace Exploitation, abuse and forced Labour. Mapping out a new sub-discipline, this innovative book aims to shift power from employers to workers to reduce levels of labour exploitation and work-based harm. It is relevant to academics from many fields as well as legislators, policy makers, politicians, employers, union officials, activists and consumers.



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