Families without Borders: Mobile Phones, Connectedness and Work-Home Divisions
This article examines the widespread proposition that the mobile phone dissolves the boundaries that separate work and home, extending the reach of work. It analyses data derived from a purpose-designed survey to study social practices surrounding mobile
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