Home-based working in Australia : issues and evidence
This paper addresses the issue of home-based production of exchange values. Social science has traditionally separated the two worlds of 'home' and 'work'. The domestic labour debates brought recognition of the continued existence of work in the home, but under relationships of domestic labour and use value production, rather than capitalism and exchange value production. However, many people continue to be engaged in the production of exchange values in the home: seven per cent of the...[Show more]
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