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Between Taylorism and Technocracy: European ideologies and the vision of industrial productivity in the 1920s

Between Taylorism and Technocracy: European ideologies and the vision of industrial productivity... Between and Taylorism Technocracy: European and the vision ideologies of industrial productivity in the 1920s Charles S. Maier As Antonio Gramsci in his reflections from the recognized prison end of the the of United States offered 1920s, impact technology a valuable for recent key understanding European development: ’The reaction to Americanism ... must be examined European of it will more than one element attentively. Analysis provide for the situation of a series of necessary understanding present states of the old continent and the events of the post-war political period.’ Americanism Gramsci meant a whole of By complex approaches to industrial and labour ’Fordism’ production relationships. embodied one as a German com- aspect, ’Taylorism’ another; yet mentator out in these as the most pointed 1924, appeared merely contribution to America’s economic achieve- typical prodigious ment as a whole.2 the scientific which By 1920S, management - extended the of into all areas of original approaches Taylorism labour and even productivity, technological efficiency, corporate evoked enthusiasm emulators as organization - among European ’a characteristic feature of American civilization’.3 moderno Antonio Note sul sulla e sullo stato Gramsci, Machiavelli, politica, (Turin, I949), 3I2. Verhältnis von F. von Fordismus? über das Gottl-Ottlilienfeld, Paraphrasen W. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Contemporary History SAGE

Between Taylorism and Technocracy: European ideologies and the vision of industrial productivity in the 1920s

Journal of Contemporary History , Volume 5 (2): 35 – Apr 1, 1970

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0022-0094
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Abstract

Between and Taylorism Technocracy: European and the vision ideologies of industrial productivity in the 1920s Charles S. Maier As Antonio Gramsci in his reflections from the recognized prison end of the the of United States offered 1920s, impact technology a valuable for recent key understanding European development: ’The reaction to Americanism ... must be examined European of it will more than one element attentively. Analysis provide for the situation of a series of necessary understanding present states of the old continent and the events of the post-war political period.’ Americanism Gramsci meant a whole of By complex approaches to industrial and labour ’Fordism’ production relationships. embodied one as a German com- aspect, ’Taylorism’ another; yet mentator out in these as the most pointed 1924, appeared merely contribution to America’s economic achieve- typical prodigious ment as a whole.2 the scientific which By 1920S, management - extended the of into all areas of original approaches Taylorism labour and even productivity, technological efficiency, corporate evoked enthusiasm emulators as organization - among European ’a characteristic feature of American civilization’.3 moderno Antonio Note sul sulla e sullo stato Gramsci, Machiavelli, politica, (Turin, I949), 3I2. Verhältnis von F. von Fordismus? über das Gottl-Ottlilienfeld, Paraphrasen W.

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Journal of Contemporary HistorySAGE

Published: Apr 1, 1970

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