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    Global Labor: Algocratic Modes of Organization.A. Aneesh - 2009 - Sociological Theory 27 (4):347 - 370.
    This study investigates a practice that allows workers based in India to work online on projects for corporations in the United States, representing a new mode of labor integration. In the absence of direct bureaucratic control across continents, the question arises how this rapidly growing labor practice is organized. The riddle of organizational governance is solved through an analysis of software programming schemes, which are presented as the key to organizing globally dispersed labor through data servers. This labor integration through (...)
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    Emerging Scripts of Global Speech.A. Aneesh - 2015 - Sociological Theory 33 (3):234-255.
    As work regimes become global, social communication increasingly occurs across locations far apart. In the absence of a common national, ethnic, or organizational culture across continents, what makes communication possible among social worlds technologically integrated in real time? Taking India’s global call centers as the focus of analysis, this article attempts to solve the riddle of communication by showing how transnational business practices rely on the transmutation of cultural communication into global communication through the processes of neutralization and mimesis. Neutralization (...)
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    Skill Saturation: Rationalization and Post-Industrial Work. [REVIEW]A. Aneesh - 2001 - Theory and Society 30 (3):363-396.