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100 1  DeVault, Marjorie L 
245 10 People at Work :|bLife, Power, and Social Inclusion in the
       New Economy 
250    1st ed 
264  1 New York :|bNew York University Press,|c2008 
264  4 |c©2008 
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505 0  DeVaultCover -- 978-0-8147-2003-5-text.pdf -- Contents -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I: Ideologies of 
       the Neoliberal Economy -- "Hell on My Face": The 
       Production of Workplace Il-literacy -- Institutional 
       Technologies: Coordinating Families and Schools, Bodies 
       and Texts -- The Promises and Realities of U.S. 
       Microenterprise Development -- Work, Disability, and 
       Social Inclusion: The Promise and Problematics of EU 
       Disability Policy -- Part II: Mobile Bodies: Incorporation
       Without Inclusion -- Flexible Hiring, Immigration, and 
       Indian IT Workers' Experiences of Contract Work in the 
       United States -- Economic Restructuring and the Social 
       Regulation of Citizenship in the Heartland -- Part III: 
       The Fictional Worlds of "Unencumbered Workers" -- Training
       for Low-Wage Work: TANF Recipients Preparing for Health-
       Care Work -- Women's Lives, Welfare's Time Limits -- 
       Personal Responsibility in Professional Work: The Academic
       "Star" as Ideological Code -- "Use What You Have, Be 
       Thankful You Have It": Work and the Promise of Social 
       Inclusion for Students with Disabilities -- Part IV: 
       Fiscal Discipline: The Texts of Public-Sector Budget 
       Cutting -- Exploring Problematics of the Personal-
       Responsibility Welfare State: Issues of Family and 
       Caregiving in Welfare-to-Work and Medicaid Consumer-
       Directed Care Programs -- The "Textualized" Student: An 
       Institutional Ethnography of a Funding Policy for Students
       with Special Needs in Ontario -- (Dis)continuity of Care: 
       Explicating the Ruling Relations of Home Support -- 
       Conclusion -- References -- Contributors -- Index 
520    People at Work is noted sociologist Marjorie L. DeVault's 
       groundbreaking collection of original essays on the 
       complexities of the modern-day workplace. By focusing on 
       the lived experiences of the worker, not as an automaton 
       on an assembly line, but as an embodied human of flesh and
       bone, these essays offer important insight on the 
       realities of the workplace, and their effects on life at 
       home and in communities. With contributions from some of 
       today's top scholars, each essay is a detailed case study 
       of a different aspect of the working world. Compelling, 
       lively, and sometimes chilling, the contributors address 
       issues from disability rights to immigrant labor, welfare 
       reforms to budget cuts, competition to personal 
       motivations. Each one valuable on its own, the essays in 
       People at Work combine to illuminate the hurdles that 
       workers of all backgrounds struggle with and, more broadly,
       the impact of change on workers' lives in the new, 
       increasingly global, economy 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Work - Social aspects 
655  4 Electronic books 
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