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Taylor argued that such a division of labor between management and workers was a form of “ harmonious cooperation ” that ultimately removed antagonisms from the workplace and benefited both managers and workers. However, this process of separating conception from execution is often understood as a form of de-skilling, and Taylorism has been rejected by unions, who have denounced it as a form of speedup that harms workers and hence quality and productivity.

SOURCES: Gary Solomon, MPH, MSW, PhD, author, The Motion Picture Prescription and Reel Therapy; professor of psychology, Community College of Southern Nevada. Joshua Flanders, executive director, Chicago Institute for the Moving Image. Birgit Wolz, PhD, author, The Cinema Therapy Workbook: A Self-Help Guide to Using Movies for Healing and Growth.