Wajcman, Judy; Rose, Emily; Brown, Judith E; Bittman, Michael
The potential for information and communication technologies to reorganize time and space has emerged as a key theme in social theory. Affordances of the Internet mean that it has the capacity to affect temporal and spatial boundaries dividing work and home. Some theorists express concern that this may extend work into times normally reserved for family life, while others argue the Internet can encourage flexible work practices and result in better work-life balance. Focusing on a nationally...[Show more]
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