The cultural study of work douglas a harper helene m lawson rowman littlefield 2003 social science 481 pages 0 reviews this anthology brings more than fifty years of scholarship of the culture and sociology of work into a compelling introductory and analytical text . The cultural study of work brings together twenty three articles that describe the world of work seen close up by social scientists who took the time and trouble to observe it close up and over long the book provides the empirical basis for understanding work as a social phenomenon and so fills a important gap. The cultural study of work staff view cite this text this email this export record export to refworks export to endnoteweb export to endnote save to list add to book bag remove from book bag saved in the cultural study of work other authors harper douglas a lawson helene m format book. The cultural study of work by douglas harper this anthology brings than fifty years of scholarship of the culture and sociology of work into a compelling introductory and analytical text sociologists have long sought to understand the universal activity of work from the point of view of the worker this book shows how common sociological themes such as socialization social interaction the
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