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Bewegungslose Arbeit, gefesselter Blick : Sehen und Arbeit bei neuen Produktionsmethoden ; sozioökonomische Evaluation des Verbundvorhabens - Entwicklung von Methoden zur Identifikation visueller Ursachen arbeitsbedingter Gesundheitsrisiken ..

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  • Ulrich Adler
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    Mit dem Wandel der Produktionsstrukturen nimmt der Dienstleistungsanteil der Produktion zu und führt zu einer Vermehrung von Überwachungs-, Kontroll-, Regelungs-, und Büroarbeit. Das Sehen in der Arbeit bekommt ein höheres Interesse. Diese Untersuchung beschäftigt sich mit dem der steigenden Wichtigkeit des Sehens bei der Arbeit, den auftretenden Problemen bei Sehschwächen, und eventuellen Lösungen der Probleme am Arbeitsplatz. Dies Untersuchung trägt dazu bei, den Zusammenhang zwischen Arbeit und Sehen theoretisch und an Beispielen zu erläutern.

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    This book is provided by ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich in its series ifo Forschungsberichte with number 15 and published in 2002.
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    1. Rüdiger Parsche & Christian Baretti & Erich Langmantel, 2002. "Neugestaltung des Soziallastenansatzes im kommunalen Finanzausgleich Rheinland-Pfalz," ifo Forschungsberichte, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, number 11.
    2. Andrea Gebauer & Chang Woon Nam & Rüdiger Parsche & Doina Radulescu & Bettina Reichl, 2002. "Möglichkeiten und Risiken der Einführung eines grenzüberschreitenden Vorsteuerabzugs auf europäischer Ebene," ifo Forschungsberichte, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, number 12.
    3. Williams, Robin & Edge, David, 1996. "The social shaping of technology," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 25(6), pages 865-899, September.
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