This article discusses the forms of resistance and mobilization against precarity in Italy and Greece, before and after the economic crisis, showing how the protests involving precarious workers have undergone a gradual transformation in these two countries. On the one hand, the most recent actions organized by precarious workers seek to renegotiate the terms of their union and political activities within their own workspace. On the other hand, the repertoire of actions has become larger than in the last cycle of mobilizations which was characterized by protest, due to the emergence of less controversial set of actions such as the provision of services to vulnerable workers and the recovery of mutualism thought.
Italy and Greece, before and after the crisis: between mobilization and resistance against precarity / Alice Mattoni; Markos Vogiatzoglou. - 2:84(2014), pp. 57-71.
|Titolo:||Italy and Greece, before and after the crisis: between mobilization and resistance against precarity|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|