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“Precarity signifies both the multiplication of precarious, unstable, insecure forms of living and, simultaneously, new forms of political struggle and solidarity that reach beyond the traditional models of the political party or trade union.”

See Rosalind Gill and Andy Pratt, “In the Social Factory?,” Theory, Culture & Society 25, no. 7-8 (2008): p.3.