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      Call for Papers: Hierarchies of domesticity – spatial and social boundaries. Deadline for submissions is 30th September, 2024Full details can be read here.

      Articles to be no longer than 6,000 words (excluding footnotes and bibliography) and submitted in two forms: an anonymised version in which all references to the authors’ institution and publications are omitted; and a full version including the authors’ titles and institutional affiliations. For complete instructions on style, formatting, etc., please consult: https://www.plutojournals.com/wp-content/uploads/WOLG-Instructions-for-Authors2023.pdf 

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      Digitalisation, labour and the pandemic: Working life in the post-COVID-19 city

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            Introducing this issue, this paper reflects on the role of peer-reviewed research in documenting and analysing the restructuring of labour under rapidly changing global conditions. It summarises the contents of the issue, placing it in the context not only of the 2020-2021 global COVID-19 pandemic, but also in relation to past theoretical debates in the pages of this journal about the dynamics of platform capitalism.

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            10.2307/j50010512
            workorgalaboglob
            Work Organisation, Labour & Globalisation
            Pluto Journals
            1745-641X
            1745-6428
            1 January 2021
            : 15
            : 1 ( doiID: 10.13169/workorgalaboglob.15.issue-1 )
            : 7-10
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            workorgalaboglob.15.1.0007
            10.13169/workorgalaboglob.15.1.0007
            385e6e5d-10fd-4bcf-87bf-d62ef69d85fa
            © Ursula Huws and Mattia Frapporti, 2021

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            Sociology,Labor law,Political science,Labor & Demographic economics,Political economics
            teleworking,Pandemic,Platform labour,precarisation,food delivery,theory,Uber,COVID-19,digital capitalism

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