Precariat – Giai cấp mới nguy hiểm (phụ chương a)

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MỤC LỤC 

Chương mở đầu:  Lời giới thiệu – Lời nói đầu  Danh mục chữ viết tắt 

Chương 1.  Precariat 

Chương 2.  Vì sao Precariat đang Tăng?

Chương 3.  Ai gia nhập Precariat?

Chương 4.  Những người Di cư: Các nạn nhân, kẻ xấu hay người hùng?

Chương 5.  Lao động, Công việc và sự Thúc ép Thời gian

Chương 6.  Một nền Chính trị Địa ngục

Chương 7.  Một nền Chính trị Thiên đường

Phụ chương a:  Tài liệu tham khảo

Phụ chương b:  Index

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