The Refusal of Work: The Theory and Practice of Resistance to Work
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ISBN : 9781783601172
Category : Philosophy
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This is the most engaging and comprehensive book I ve ever read about how work dominates our lives. It is insightful and inspiring and should be read by everyone who goes to work every day, if they can find the time. --Sharon Beder, author of Selling the Work Ethic A humane reassessment of the ethics of work which will appeal to anyone who has wondered whether the job they are fighting so hard to get, or to hold on to, really is worth the struggle. At its heart lies the provocative and sometimes poignant accounts of those individuals who may be showing the way towards an engagement with work which is better for all of us. --Ralph Fevre, author of The Demoralization of Western Culture and Trouble at WorkDavid Frayne is a sociology teacher and social researcher, based at Cardiff University. His research interests are wide-ranging, but his main areas are social activism, consumer culture, the sociology of happiness, and radical perspectives on work. David is the author of several articles and has also written a chapter on critiques of work for the SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Work and Employment. Twitter: @theworkdogma



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