About 39 results for the topic "sociology of work"
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This course is an introduction to the sociology of work that will explore contemporary transformations in work and employment, and their impact on social.
By k laaser · 2021 · cited by 4 — in this way, a framework is offered that analyses how meaningful work is experienced at the agent level, but shaped by wider dynamics at the structural level.
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Course description. in this course, we apply a sociological perspective to the broad and fast-growing subfield of work, occupations, and labor markets.
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This course provides an introduction to the sociology of work. covering the entire field is beyond the scope of this course, so the course is designed to ...
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Therefore, since the course is called sociology of work and professional ethics, it is necessary to first define the notion of work.
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By e ayala-hurtado · 2021 · cited by 2 — ''what do. platforms do? understanding the gig econo- my.'' annual review of sociology 46. sociology of work meets cultural sociology: thoughts on ...
The guest editors' main point was that the 'study of work' had 'become disembedded from wider social theory' (halford and strangleman, 2009: 812). they ...
By s edgell — the sage handbook of the sociology of work and employment. edited by. stephen edgell, heidi gottfried and edward granter.
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By cr henke · 1999 · cited by 224 — three characteristics of repair work: the networked body, improvisation, and invisibility. i conclude the paper by discussing the applicability of repair theory ...