Poor Work: Disadvantage and the Division of Labour

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Despite the affluence enjoyed by many, for reasons of class, age, gender, ethnicity and disability, a significant number of people in our society are experiencing poor work. It might be temporary, part-time, poorly-paid, homeworking or a combination of these. This book traces the role of and changes in the labour market in creating a divided working class, with an increasingly marginalized substratum of, for instance, unskilled, low-paid, black, female and disabled workers. It reviews the current literature, synthesizes the ...

Poor Work: Disadvantage and the Division of Labour 1991, Open University Press

ISBN-13: 9780335099405

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