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COGNITIVE-CULTURAL PRODUCTION, DIGITAL LABOUR AND THE NEW FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE. A CONVERSATION WITH ALLEN J. SCOTT
COGNITIVE-CULTURAL PRODUCTION, DIGITAL LABOUR AND THE NEW FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE. A CONVERSATION WITH ALLEN J. SCOTT

Author(s): Allen J. Scott, STEFANO LUCARELLI, Michael A. Peters, CARLO VERCELLONE
Subject(s): Marxist economics, Marxism, Political economy, Social differentiation, Studies in violence and power, Economic development
Published by: Addleton Academic Publishers
Keywords: cognitive-cultural capitalism; digital Taylorism; affective labor; creative class; knowledge externalities; creative class; André Gorz

Summary/Abstract: What is the role played by cognitive-cultural production? What are the meanings and the stakes of the “feminization” of labor? What is the meaning of “Digital Taylorism”? Is the metropolis today a functional substitute for the factory in the context of industrial capitalism? What is the role of universities in cultural-cognitive capitalism? Is there a contradictory relationship between knowledge-based economy and cognitive capitalism? Stefano Lucarelli, Michael A. Peters and Carlo Vercellone interview Allen J. Scott.

  • Issue Year: 1/2013
  • Issue No: 04
  • Page Range: 167-168
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: English