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Luckman, Susan

The New Normal of Working Lives

Luckman, Susan - The New Normal of Working Lives, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Collection Introduction: The ‘New Normal’ of Working Lives
Stephanie Taylor, Susan Luckman

Part I. Creative Working

2. Online Selling and the Growth of Home-Based Craft Micro-enterprise: The ‘New Normal’ of Women’s Self-(under)Employment
Susan Luckman, Jane Andrew

3. Hope Labour Revisited: Post-socialist Creative Workers and Their Methods of Hope
Ana Alacovska

4. From Visual Discipline to Love-Work: The Feminising of Photographic Expertise in the Age of Social Media
Karen Cross

5. Creative Labour, Before and After ‘Going Freelance’: Contextual Factors and Coalition-Building Practices
Frederick Harry Pitts

6. Searching, Sorting, and Managing Glut: Media Software Inscription Strategies for ‘Being Creative’
Frédérik Lesage

Part II. Digital Working Lives

7. Negotiating the Intimate and the Professional in Mom Blogging
Katariina Mäkinen

8. Vlogging Careers: Everyday Expertise, Collaboration and Authenticity
Daniel Ashton, Karen Patel

9. From Presence to Multipresence: Mobile Knowledge Workers’ Densified Hours
Johanna Koroma, Matti Vartiainen

10. Affectual Demands and the Creative Worker: Experiencing Selves and Emotions in the Creative Organisation
Iva Josefsson

11. Coworking(s) in the Plural: Coworking Spaces and New Ways of Managing
Silvia Ivaldi, Ivana Pais, Giuseppe Scaratti

Part III. Transitions and Transformations

12. ‘Investment in Me’: Uncertain Futures and Debt in the Intern Economy
Kori Allan

13. Letting Them Get Close: Entrepreneurial Work and the New Normal
Hanna-Mari Ikonen

14. Self-Employment in Elderly Care: A Way to Self-Fulfilment or Self-Exploitation for Professionals?
Elin Vadelius

15. Creating Alternative Solutions for Work: Experiences of Women Managers and Lawyers in Poland and the USA
Ingrid Biese, Marta Choroszewicz

16. Beyond Work? New Expectations and Aspirations
Stephanie Taylor

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology of Work, Organizational Studies, Economic Sociology, Media Sociology, Labor History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Dynamics of Virtual Work
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319660387
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-66037-0

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