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This is the page about the book organized by a colleague (Lis A. Soboll) and myself, Work Clinics: New Perspectives for Understanding Work Today, launched in October 2010 by the Atlas publishing house.
 

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This work presents the fundamentals and historical bases of the clinical theories of work, both in the texts of its principal authors (the French, such as Clot, Lhuilier, Dejours, Enriquez, Chanlat, Gaulejac, among others), as well as leading Brazilian authors, who highlight the implications and applications of these theories in Brazil.

The book covers, in a single publication, four major clinical theories of work: Activity Clinic, Psycho-sociology, Psychodynamics of Work, and Ergology. Beyond a simple presentation of these theories, the book opens a dialogue between them.