Debate on work analysis for prevention/Débat sur l’analyse du travail pour la prévention/Dibattito sull’analisi del lavoro per la prevenzione
Debate on work analysis for prevention
Débat sur l’analyse du travail pour la prévention
Dibattito sull’analisi del lavoro per la prevenzione
Edited by Bruno Maggi and Giovanni Rulli
The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-Being” is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes, and the people’s health, defined in terms of physical, mental and social well-being. A method allowing to connect the analysis of organizational choices and the biomedical analysis of their consequences on the involved subjects has been the object of studies and discussions for three decades. This debate includes comments expressed from points of view concerning: ergonomics, work psychodynamics, work sociology, work psychology, ergology, linguistic activity. The way to conceive organization, action research, inter-disciplinarity and multi-disciplinarity, in the various approaches here represented, are the main object of discussion.
Work analysis, Well-being, Organizational action, Action research, Inter- and pluri-disciplinarity.
Table of contents
Jean-Claude Sperandio, From the point of view of ergonomics
Laerte Idal Sznelwar, From the point of view of ergonomics and work psychodinamics
Jens Thoemmes, From the point of view of work sociology
Bernard Prot, From the point of view of work psychology
Renato Di Ruzza, From the point of view of ergology
Daniel Faïta, From the point of view of language as activity
Bruno Maggi, Giovanni Rulli, On work analysis for prevention
Maggi B., Rulli G. (Eds.), 2017, Debate on work analysis for prevention / Débat sur l’analyse du travail pour la prévention / Dibattito sull’analisi del lavoro per la prevenzione, http://amsacta.cib.unibo.it, Bologna: TAO Digital Library.