|ISBN:||9780061978067 006197806X 9780062130082 0062130080|
|注意：||Sequel to: Delirium.
|描述：||375 p. ; 22 cm.|
|内容：||Notes on Contributors Introducing Dirty Work, Concepts and Identities; R.Simpson, N.Slutskaya, P.Lewis & H.Hopfl Dirty Work and Acts of Contamination; H.Hopfl Stains, Staining and the Ethics of Dirty Work; S.Vachhani Reconceptualising Dirty Work: Investment Banking and the Financial Crisis; L.Stanley 'Glamour Girls, Macho Men and Everything in Between': Un/doing Gender and Dirty Work in Soho's Sex Shops; M.Tyler Doing Gender in Dirty Work: Exotic Dancers' Construction of Self-Enhancing Identities; G.Grandy & S.Mavin Dirty Talks and Gender Cleanliness: An Account of Identity Management Practices in Phone Sex Work; G.Selmi Embracing Dirt in Nursing Matters; R.McMurray Dispersing of Dirt: Inscribing Bodies and Polluting Organisation; P.White & A.Pullen Gendering and Embodying Dirty Work: Men Managing Taint in the Context of Nursing Care; R.Simpson, N.Slutskaya & J.Hughes Cleaning Up: Transnational Corporate Femininity and Dirty Work in Magazine Culture; E.Swan Managing 'Dirty' Migrant Identities: Migrant Labour and the Neutralisation of Dirty Work Through 'Moral' Group Identity; G.Lee-Treweek Post-feminism and Entrepreneurship: Interpreting Disgust in a Female Entrepreneurial Narrative; P.Lewis Bibliography Index|
This book explores understandings and experiences of 'dirty work' - tasks or occupations that are seen as disgusting and degrading. It complicates the 'clean/dirty' divide in the context of organizations and work and illustrates some of the complex ways in which dirty work identities are managed.