Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2004Researchpeer-review

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Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. / Sørensen, Ole Henning.

Working Life Ethics. ed. / Kirsten Bendix Olsen. Nordic Ergonomics Society, 2004.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2004Researchpeer-review

Harvard

Sørensen, OH 2004, Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. in KBO (ed.), Working Life Ethics. Nordic Ergonomics Society, Nordic Ergonomic Society 36th Annual Conference, Kolding, Denmark, 16/08/2004.

APA

Sørensen, O. H. (2004). Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. In K. B. O. (Ed.), Working Life Ethics Nordic Ergonomics Society.

CBE

Sørensen OH. 2004. Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. KBO, editor. In Working Life Ethics. Nordic Ergonomics Society.

MLA

Sørensen, Ole Henning "Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective". Kirsten Bendix Olsen (ed.). Working Life Ethics. Nordic Ergonomics Society. 2004.

Vancouver

Sørensen OH. Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. In KBO, editor, Working Life Ethics. Nordic Ergonomics Society. 2004

Author

Sørensen, Ole Henning. / Technology Change And Working Conditions – A Cultural Perspective. Working Life Ethics. editor / Kirsten Bendix Olsen. Nordic Ergonomics Society, 2004.

Bibtex

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