Commune socialism: Self-management, popular power and autonomy in Venezuela

Commune socialism: Self-management, popular power and autonomy in Venezuela

Azzellini, Dario. “Commune socialism: self-management, popular power and autonomy in Venezuela.” Veltmeyer, H., & Ezquerro-Cañete, A. (Eds.). (2023). From Extractivism to Sustainability: Scenarios and Lessons from Latin America (1st ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003301981

Serie von bebilderten Texten

Arbeitskämpfe gegen Rechts

Auf der Grundlage des von Dario Azzellini für die RLS herausgegebenen Buches "Mehr als Arbeitskampf!" wurde für das  neue RLS-Projekt L!NX eine Serie von bebilderten Texten erarbeitet, die zur Einführung in die Thematik Arbeitskämpfe gegen Rechts dienen. Dazu gehören bisher:

Why platform capitalism is not the future of work

This article examines the assumptions behind the sociology of work and industrial relations literature on online labour-based platforms. This literature has critically examined working conditions and worker resistance in platform work, but it has done so without criticising what we call the ‘metanarrative of the platform economy’.

Dario Azzellini, Sebastian Brandl und Ingo Matuschek

Nationale Perspektiven auf Nachhaltige Arbeit und Inwertsetzungen von Arbeit in Europa

Nationale Perspektiven auf Nachhaltige Arbeit und Inwertsetzungen von Arbeit in Europa

Azzellini, Dario; Brandl, Sebastian; Matuschek, Ingo. 2023. “Nationale Perspektiven auf Nachhaltige Arbeit und Inwertsetzungen von Arbeit in Europa.” Barth, Thomas; Jaeger-Erben, Melanie; Jochum, Georg; Lorenz, Stephan (Eds.). Nachhaltig Werte schaffen? Arbeit und Technik in der sozial-ökologischen Transformation. Series “Arbeitsgesellschaft im Wandel.“ Weinheim: Beltz / Juventa. 100-116.

Dario Azzellini

Chavismo: Revolutionary Bolivarianism in Venezuela

Chavismo: Revolutionary Bolivarianism in Venezuela

Azzellini, Dario. 2022. “Chavismo: revolutionary Bolivarianism in Venezuela.” van der Linden, Marcel (Ed.). The Cambridge History of Socialism. A Global History in Three Volumes. Vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 517-541.

Problemas com o Facebook: por que as postagens antifascistas são bloqueadas e as fascistas são toleradas?

Facebook e o mito desfeito da neutralidade dos algoritmos: fascismo tolerado, antifascismo bloqueado

POR DARIO AZZELINI PARA O NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

Rosa Luxemburg Foundation: Conference "Contesting Authoritarianism: Perspectives from the South"

Video: Panel „Alternative Democracies / Alternatives to Democracy“

Rosa Luxemburgo Stiftung. International Research Group on Authoritarianism and Counter-strategies. Labour policies and worker’s struggles in authoritarian contexts | CAPS22

Panel „Alternative Democracies / Alternatives to Democracy“: the panel was part of the Conference „Contesting Authoritarianism: Perspectives from the South“ that happened in Berlin from 16 - 21 May 2022, with: 

XVIII Sesión - Seminario de Pensamiento Crítico de la Unidad Académica de Estudios del Desarrollo

Vídeo - Seminario: ¿Son las plataformas digitales el futuro del trabajo?

Conferencia impartida por Dario Azzellini, bajo la moderación de Guadalupe Margarita González Hernández / 01.11.22

 

Producción: Guadalupe Margarita González Hernández y Rosa Elena del Valle Martínez

 

Podcast, 16:48 min

Why the music industry won’t be “Uberized” with Charles Umney and Dario Azzellini

Podcast: Why the music industry won’t be “Uberized” with Charles Umney and Dario Azzellini. Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change, University of Leeds, June 2022, 16:48 min

Dr Charles Umney and Dr Dario Azzellini discuss the limits to the platform economy, and why many occupations are unlikely to be ‘Uberized’, using the live music industry as an example.

Global Dialogue, GD 12.1 - April 2022

Editorial

Universities and science are undergoing far-reaching changes as a result of their marketization or quasi-marketization under neoliberal governance. In this issue of Global Dialogue we take up this topic in our section ‘Talking Sociology.’ Jill Blackmore has been studying the profound restructuring experienced by Australian universities over the last decades. In this interview she elaborates on these restructurings, the forces that drove them, and the effects they have on academic knowledge production and epistemic justice.