Preparing the next generation for the Machine Age

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Peter Gerrand

Keywords

Information, Communication Technology, Society, Sociology

Abstract

A book review of ‘Changing Jobs. The Fair Go in the Machine Age’ by Jim Chalmers and Mike Quigley, Redback 13, Schwarz Publishing, September 2017, 199 pp.
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Jim Chalmers and Mike Quigley, 2017, ‘Changing Jobs. The Fair Go in the Machine Age’, Redback 13, Schwarz Publishing, September 2017, 199 pp.

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