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Title: Teletrabajo y producción de subjetividad: una encrucijada de resistencias
Other Titles: Telework and Subjectivity: an intersection of resistences
Author: Gálvez Mozo, Anna  
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: Telework
Work-Life Balance
Issue Date: 5-Sep-2014
Publisher: Revista Polis e Psique
Citation: Gálvez Mozo, A. (2014). Teletrabajo y producción de subjetividad: una encrucijada de resistencias. Revista Polis e Psique, 4(1), 189-216. doi: 10.22456/2238-152X.44874
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Abstract: Telework is usually shown as a useful way to foster a healthy work-life balance. Many researches have analyzed its advantages, disadvantages, its influence in the performance or in the commitment, the tasks that can do a teleworker, the technical and economic issues related to it, and so on. Some of these researches have tried to go beyond studying the relationship between telework and identity. They have study the representations, categories and discourses that teleworkers develop. Nevertheless, there are few researches analyzing the subjectivity that emerges in the practice of teleworking, and even fewer analyzing the micros-resistance practices. In a sample of women teleworkers, our article analyzes the discursive production of resistance practices and subjectivity.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 2238-152XMIAR
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