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Title Work less, live more? : critical analysis of the work-life boundary / edited by Christopher Warhurst, Doris Ruth Eikhof and Axel Haunschild.
Publication Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Description xiv, 231 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Call # 306.36 W
Series Critical perspectives on work and organisations
Critical perspectives on work and organisations.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Out of balance or just out of bounds? : analysing the relationship between work and life / Chris Warhurst, Doris Ruth Eikhof, and Axel Haunschild -- Work-life outcomes in Australia : concepts, outcomes and policy / Barbara Pocock, Natalie Skinner and Philippa Williams -- Work-life balance : three terms in search of a definition / John MacInnes -- The boundary problem in work-life balance studies : theorising the total responsibility burden / Paul Ransome -- On the edge of the time bind : time and market culture / Arlie Russell Hochschild -- What makes the home boundary porous? : the influence of work characteristics on the permeability of the home domain / Rozemarijn de Man, Jeanne de Bruijn and Sandra Groeneveld -- Work relations and the multiple dimensions of the work-life boundary : hairstyling at home / Rachel Lara Cohen -- Getting the job done : the impact of employees' conception of work on work-life balance / Anne Bøgh Fangel and Stinne Aaløkke -- Occupation matters--blurring work-life boundaries in mobile care and the media industry / Annette Henninger and Ulrike Papouschek -- Re-establishing boundaries in home-based telework / Camilla Kylin and Jan Ch. Karlsson -- Frustrated ambitions : the reality of balancing work and life for call centre employees / Jeff Hyman and Abigail Marks -- Recreational use or performance enhancing? : doping regulation and professional sport / Tilda Khoshaba.
Subject Work and family.
Quality of life.
Quality of work life.
Addl. Author Warhurst, Christopher.
Eikhof, Doris Ruth.
Haunschild, Axel.
ISBN 0230535607 (alk. paper) :
9780230535602 (alk. paper)

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