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by Penny Gurstein
Gurstein combines a background in planning, sociology of work, and feminist theory with qualitative and quantitative . Gurstein gives an extremely valuable, comprehensive view of the telework boom that integrates her own studies in Canada with world- wide literature on the subject.
Gurstein gives an extremely valuable, comprehensive view of the telework boom that integrates her own studies in Canada with world- wide literature on the subject. She gives a scholarly appraisal of telework’s many forms and shows how they differ in their human impacts. William Michelson, . Clark Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto).
She analyzes the experiences of employees, independent contractors, and self-employed entrepreneurs, and presents significant findings regarding the workload, mobility, differences according to work status and gender, and the tensions in trying to combine work and domestic activities in the same setting.
How will itchange the way we plan houses and communities in the future? Willtelecommuting solve many of society's ills, or create newghettos? Gurstein combines a background in planning, sociology of work, andfeminist theory with qualitative and quantitative data from ten yearsof original.
How does working at home change people's activity patterns, social networks, and their living and working spaces? How will it change the way we plan houses and communities in the future?
Telework in Daily Life. Published March 2002 by University of British Columbia Press Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
Telework in Daily Life. Published March 2002 by University of British Columbia Press. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
Main Author: Gurstein, Penny. Home-based businesses. by: Ellison, Nicole B. Published: (2004). The Co-Workplace : Teleworking in the Neighbourhood. by: Johnson, Laura C. Published: (2002). Working Smarter from Home : Your Day - Your Way. by: Struck, Nancy.
Published on Jan 1, 2003in Feminist Formations.
Presents the poem "A Georgia Georgic," by Ralph Tejeda Wilson. First Line: Life is difficult without kids or booze. January 2003 · NWSA Journal. Last Line: and then to have it. Such loomed surprise. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. 118+ million publications.
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