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            10.13169
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            Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
            Pluto Journals
            1745641X
            17456428
            Winter 2006-2007
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            : 1
            : 156-158
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            10.13169/workorgalaboglob.1.1.0156
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            © Christoph Hermann, 2006

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            Sociology,Labor law,Political science,Labor & Demographic economics,Political economics

            Footnotes

            1. , The Rise of the Creative Class (New York: Basis Books, 2002).

            2. , The Class of the New (London: Openmute, 2006). Downloadable at http://www.theclassofthenew.net/

            3. In producing a collage of definitions Barbrook follows the examples of Walter Benjamin and Humphrey Jennings.

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