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The clinics of work: subjective distress derived from labour fragmentation.
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The clinics of work: subjective distress derived from labour fragmentation.

2.019  International Journal Of Psychological Research, v. 12, n. 1, p. 66-67, jan./jun. 2019.   MALVEZZI, Sigmar. Artigo Malvezzi, Sigmar MALVEZZI, Sigmar. The study of work has always been inspiring, challenging and reluctant in its issues. Inspiring, because work feeds the dream of comprehending our reality, which is a significant factor. Challenging, due to its condition of interiority and exteriority, that resists an analysis by its fragmentation. Reluctant, because even if there are widely recognized advances, its comprehension does not resolve the raised questions that keep defying the relationships of the individual with society.
In his book The Clinics of Work, Orejuela Gómez reproduces and reinforces the impacts work produces on individuals. Its content adds more elements that enable the understanding of such impacts. Its main merit is to involve readers in several aspects of work while accompanying them in the search for the deepening of its study. The reading enriches the comprehension of the interface between work and human existence. Though the questions remain reluctant, or even augmented. If the reading of this book multiplies the questions in the reader´s mind, this will be a sign of an improved understanding of the object.
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