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Invisible labor : hidden work in the contemporary world

Invisible labor : hidden work in the contemporary world

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개인저자
Crain, Marion G. Poster, Winifred. Cherry, Miriam A.
서명 / 저자사항
Invisible labor : hidden work in the contemporary world / edited by Marion G. Crain, Winifred R. Poster, Miriam A. Cherry.
발행사항
Oakland, California :   University of California Press,   c2016.  
형태사항
xix, 311 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
기타형태 저록
Online version:   Invisible labor.   Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2016]   9780520961630   (211009) 000045938109  
ISBN
9780520286405 (cloth : alk. paper) 9780520287174 (pbk. : alk. paper)
요약
"Demographic and technological trends have yielded new forms of work that are increasingly more precarious, globalized, and brand centered. Some of these shifts have led to a marked decrease in the visibility of work or workers. This edited collection examines situations in which technology and employment practices hide labor within the formal paid labor market, with implications for workplace activism, social policy, and law. In some cases, technological platforms, space, and temporality hide workers and sometimes obscure their tasks as well. In other situations, workers may be highly visible--indeed, the employer may rely upon the workers' aesthetics to market the branded product--but their aesthetic labor is not seen as work. In still other cases, the work occurs within a social interaction and appears as leisure--a voluntary or chosen activity--rather than as work. Alternatively, the workers themselves may be conceptualized as consumers rather than as workers. Crossing the occupational hierarchy and spectrum from high- to low-waged work, from professional to manual labor, and from production to service labor, the authors argue for a broader understanding of labor in the contemporary era. This book adopts an interdisciplinary approach that integrates perspectives from law, sociology, and industrial/labor relations"--Provided by publisher.
일반주기
Online version: Invisible labor. Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2016] 9780520961630
내용주기
Foreword: invisible labor, inaudible voice / by Arlie Hochschild -- Introduction: conceptualizing invisible labor / by Winifred R. Poster, Marion Crain, and Miriam A. Cherry -- The eye sees what the mind knows: the conceptual foundations of invisible work / by John W. Budd -- Maintaining hierarchies in predominantly white organizations: a theory of racial tasks as invisible labor / by Adia Harvey Wingfield and Renée Skeete -- Virtual work and invisible labor / by Miriam A. Cherry -- The virtual receptionist with a human touch: opposing pressures of digital automation and outsourcing in interactive services / by Winifred R. Poster -- Hidden from view: disability, segregation, and work / by Elizabeth Pendo -- Simply white: race, politics, and invisibility in advertising depictions of farm labor / by Evan Stewart -- Producing invisibility: surveillance, hunger, and work in the produce aisles of Wal-mart, China / by Eileen Otis and Zheng Zhao -- The female breast as brand: the aesthetic labor of breastaurant servers / by Dianne Avery -- The invisible consequences of aesthetic labor in upscale retail stores / by Christine Williams and Catherine Connell -- From invisible work to invisible workers: the impact of service employers: speech demands on the working class / by Chris Warhurst -- Self-branding among freelance knowledge workers / by Adam Arvidsson, Alessandro Gandini, and Carolina Bandinelli -- Consuming work / by Marion Crain.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Work. Labor. Work environment.
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650 0 ▼a Work environment.
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 중앙도서관/서고6층/ 청구기호 331 I62 등록번호 111762503 도서상태 대출가능 반납예정일 예약 서비스 B M

컨텐츠정보

목차

CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = vii
Foreword : Invisible Labor, Inaudible Voice / Arlie Hochschild = xi
PART ONE. EXPOSING INVISIBLE LABOR = 1
 1. Introduction : Conceptualizing Invisible Labor / Winifred R. Poster ; Marion Crain ; Miriam A. Cherry = 3
 2. The Eye Sees What the Mind Knows : The Conceptual Foundations of Invisible Work / John W. Budd = 28
 3. Maintaining Hierarchies in Predominantly White Organizations : A Theory of Racial Tasks as Invisible Labor / Adia Harvey Wingfield ; Renee Skeete = 47
PART TWO. VIRTUALLY INVISIBLE : DISEMBODIED LABOR VIA TECHNOLOGY AND GLOBALIZATION = 69
 4. Virtual Work and Invisible Labor / Miriam A. Cherry = 71
 5. The Virtual Receptionist with a Human Touch : Opposing Pressures of Digital Automation and Outsourcing in Interactive Services / Winifred R. Poster = 87
PART THREE. PUSHED OUT OF SIGHT : SHIELDED FORMS OF EMBODIED LABOR = 113
 6. Hidden from View : Disability, Segregation, and Work / Elizabeth Pendo = 115
 7. Simply White : Race, Politics, and Invisibility in Advertising Depictions of Farm Labor / Evan Stewart = 130
 8. Producing Invisibility : Surveillance, Hunger, and Work in the Produce Aisles of Wal-Mart, China / Eileen M. Otis ; Zheng Zhao = 148
PART FOUR. LOOKING GOOD AT WORK : INVISIBLE LABOR IN PLAIN SIGHT = 169
 9. The Female Breast as Brand : The Aesthetic Labor of Breastaurant Servers / Dianne Avery = 171
 10. The Invisible Consequences of Aesthetic Labor in Upscale Retail Stores / Christine L. Williams ; Catherine Connell = 193
 11. From Invisible Work to Invisible Workers : The Impact of Service Employers'''' Speech Demands on the Working Class / Chris Warhurst = 214
PART FIVE. BRANDED AND CONSUMED = 237
 12. Self-Branding among Freelance Knowledge Workers / Adam Arvidsson ; Alessandro Gandini ; Carolina Bandinelli = 239
 13. Consuming Work / Marion Grain = 257
 14. Conclusion / Winifred R. Poster ; Marion Crain ; Miriam A. Cherry = 279
About the Editors and Contributors = 293
Index = 299

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