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The Digitalisation of Working Worlds. Conceptualising and Capturing a Systemic Transformation
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
The Priority Programme aims to fund projects that will make basic research contributions to the understanding of socio-technical change in the field of digitalisation of the worlds of work. It particularly addresses sociology, economics and history, but also other disciplines of the social sciences that investigate the worlds of work (e.g. political science, ergonomics, work and organisational psychology, economic geography and business informatics, educational research). Project proposals with a comparative design (including international comparisons) are especially welcome.
The research envisaged here is to focus on various forms of paid employment, including dependent employment and self-employment. The projects can focus on the transformation of work in traditional service and industrial sectors as well as on the development of new forms of platform-mediated solo self-employment or digital "shadow" work. The individual projects can examine the forms of digitalisation currently under discussion as well as longer existing automation, computerisation or informatisation phenomena and thus the digital transformation of historically conditioned processes and developments.
All applicants are invited to participate in a workshop that will provide detailed scientific and administrative information on the call. The workshop will be held online, on the 16 September 2022, 10 am to 3 pm (approximately). To register for the event, please send an e-mail to: jennifer.seemann@dfg.de, not later than 13 September 2022.
Proposals must be written in English and submitted to the DFG by 30 November 2022. Please note that proposals can only be submitted via elan, the DFG's electronic proposal processing system.
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