Computer-Mediated Work

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  • Computer-mediated work is a feature of daily life for billions of people around the world. The concept was first articulated over 30 years ago as computer-based technologies began to transform the workplace. The early ...

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    • Digital and Computer Revolution: Reshaping Jobs and Workplaces
    • Employment Relationships
    • Everyday Life at Work
    • Globalization and Cross-National Perspectives on Work
    • Inequality, Stratification, and Power at Work
    • Labor Movement and Other Forms of Collective Action
    • Occupations and Professions, Labor Processes, Jobs, and Careers
    • Theories of Work and Economy Key Concepts
    • Unpaid Work
    • Work and Identity, Social Psychology of Work
    • Work, Family, and Personal Life
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