Labor Disorders in Neoliberal Italy: Mobbing, Well-being, and the Workplace

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Indiana University Press, 2012 - 212 strani
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Psychological harassment at work, or "mobbing," has become a significant public policy issue in Italy and elsewhere in Europe. Mobbing has given rise to specialized counseling clinics, a new field of professional expertise, and new labor laws. For Noelle J. Molé, mobbing is a manifestation of Italy's rapid transition from a highly protectionist to a market-oriented labor regime and a neoliberal state. She analyzes the classification of mobbing as a work-related illness, the deployment of preventive public health programs, the relation of mobbing to gendered work practices, and workers' use of the concept of mobbing to make legal and medical claims, with implications for state policy, labor contracts, and political movements. For many Italian workers, mobbing embodies the social and psychological effects of an economy and a state in transition.

 

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Introduction
1
1 Toward Neoliberalism
18
2 The Politics of Precariousness
38
3 Existential Damages
56
4 Feminizing the Inflexible
82
5 Living It on the Skin
107
6 The Sex of Mobbing
129
7 Project WellBeing
150
Notes
169
Bibliography
177
Index
205
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Noelle J. Molé is a political and medical anthropologist. She teaches in the Writing Program and Department of Anthropology at Princeton University.

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