This paper focuses its attention on factors which facilitate mobility among the respondents for developing a new class order. It assumes that blurring of class divisions is taking place in the Indian industrial work organization because of the unequal opportunities construed as the aspect of life-chances (Merton:1968). Consequently, new class configuration is emerging which is prompting a situation of class-structuration. Emerging trends of mobility linked with external support facilitators like market-situation, class situation and work situation in organizational context is discussed. We also propose to examine the differential achievement orientation found among the respondents working at two different types of organization i.e. 'mechanistic' type and the 'organic' type of organization. The paper is divided into two sub sections. First section deals with the achievement orientation of the respondents, while the second section focuses its attention on the respondents’ aspiration.
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Anurag Dwivedi. Impact of Globalization and Trends of Mobility among Industrial Workers. Int. J. Ad. Social Sciences 2(1): Jan. –Mar., 2014; Page 01-07.