This analysis will focus on the advent of digital Fordism to explore how the Internet is helping to transform capitalist exchange, industrial logistics, corporate ideology, and global environments. This research document seeks, first to problematize and test the salience of Fordism in contemporary everyday life as well as, second, to test and problematize the significance of existing research discourse, scholarly documents, and analytical text as they circulate in network environments. Produced and Hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture.
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