Back to the future : the networked household in the global economy
Developed nations have promoted a modernist view of the nuclear family functioning in spatially separate public and private spheres of production and consumption. However, in these countries, the coalescence of communications and information technologies has given rise to ‘office automation' and ‘business process re-engineering’ which have destablilised employment. These technologies have also problematised the concept of organisational boundaries by enabling networked alternatives to...[Show more]
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