Edited by Gregor Gall
Chapter 14: Types of work and labour
As work and the workplace have undergone a series of transformations, we have come to recognise that there are many different types of work. This chapter first focuses on ‘epochal’ claims about types of work or labour. These analyses present different types of work or labour as intertwined with socio-economic change. It then explores the use of ‘types of work’ as analytic categories - to delineate either (1) aspects of the labour process or (2) sets of jobs. These analyses have largely focused on clarifying and classifying the experiences of work
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