Braverman resources:

The Writings of Professor Robert M. Young

'Braverman's Labour and Monopoly Capital' 50k

This is an essay review of a book which had a huge impact on the radical science movement in the 1970s and 1980s. It
provided a labour process perspective on science, technology and medicine and set off a whole train of thinking about
expertise in marxist terms. Although primarily expository in style, this essay can be seen as the origin of the labour
process way of thinking which was fundamental to the work of the Radical Science Journal Collective. I cannot claim
that it had much impact in the history, philosophy and social studies of science more broadly, but it deeply influenced
those of us who wanted to integrate the objective, subjective and social aspects of expertise in a single mode of
analysis. This essay was published in - Radical Science Journal - No. 4: 81-93, 1974.

Labor and Monopoly Capital - Harry Braverman   Summary by Ed Johnson

Labor and Monopoly Capital Labor and Monopoly Capital (by Braverman) summary by Anthony Roberson

Dr Alan Reid Faculty of Education, University of South Australia
Towards A Labour Process Theory Of Teachers' Work
Uses Braverman in terms of educational work.

Feminist Theory (Philosophy 275)
Fall 1999
Deborah Boyle
Harry Braverman's "Labor and Monopoly Capital"
Basic Study Questions

Monthly Review, Vol 50 Num 8: 2 decades after Braverman...

Frederick Taylor's Principles of Scientific Management

Modern History Sourcebook:
Frederick W. Taylor:
The Principles of Scientific Management, 1911