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Título: Inclusion processes in work cultures and their impacts: a comparison of Portuguese and Mozambican cases
Autor: Granjo, Paulo
Feijó, João
Palavras-chave: Work cultures
Data: 2018
Editora: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais
Citação: Granjo, P., Feijó, J. (2018). Inclusion processes in work cultures and their impacts: a comparison of Portuguese and Mozambican cases. In S. Aboim, P. Granjo, A. Ramos (Eds.), Changing societies: legacies and challenges. Vol. 1. Ambiguous inclusions: inside out, outside in, pp. 431-454. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.
Resumo: It is not uncommon to hear, in the speech of managers and politicians, expressions connecting “work” to “culture” or “ethics”. In English, the phrase “work ethic” comes up often, with some people claiming to have learnt it from their parents, or demanding it from their employees. In Portuguese, and especially in Mozambique, the cultura do trabalho (lit. “labour culture”) is also often demanded from employees and “the People”. An interesting point in this usually acritical emission and reception of words and meanings is that, in both cases, ethics and culture are not used in the plural. In fact, the speaker presupposes that there is only one “work ethic”, only one “labour culture”, with the characteristics they believe are the positive ones. These are claimed for themselves, and demanded from others in order to make them become “good workers”, or a “good People”.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/35692
DOI: 10.31447/ics9789726715030.18
ISBN: 978-972-671-503-0
Versão do Editor: https://www.ics.ulisboa.pt/books/book1/ch18.pdf
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