Klaus Ronneberger

(b.1950) studied social pedogogy, cultural studies, and sociology. He worked for many years at the Institut für Sozialforschung in Frankfurt am Main and currently works there as a freelance publicist. He is a member of the urban studies group “spacelab”.


The art of not becoming accustomed to anything

Precarious employment in flexible capitalism

Interns, temporary agency workers, people on job creation schemes, and pseudo-freelances make up the vast reserve army of workers in precarious employment. For the majority, standards such as productivity or flexibility have become second nature. In this respect, they are the avant-garde of post-Fordism, constantly opening up new avenues of self-exploitation.

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