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Paul Heelas

In: Cultural Economy: Cultural Analysis and Commercial Life

Chapter 4: Work Ethics, Soft Capitalism and the ‘Turn to Life’

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Work Ethics, Soft Capitalism and the ‘Turn to Life’
Work ethics, soft capitalism and the ‘turn to life’
PaulHeelas

A good way of arguing against those who hold that the economic realm is (largely) autonomous and (relatively) impervious with regard to cultural influences is to draw attention to the role played by work ethics. Having made the point that ...

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