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05
Sep

A Different Kind of Broken Windows Theory

By Adia Wingfield, co-author of “Maintaining Hierarchies in Predominantly White Organizations,” (found in Invisible Labor: Hidden Work in the Contemporary World) When we think about work, it’s easy to imagine someone sitting at a desk, …

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14
Aug

The Big Rig

by Steve Viscelli, author of The Big Rig This guest post is published in advance of the American Sociological Association conference in Seattle. Check back every week for new posts through the end …

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29
Apr

May Day for Media Workers

May Day, “International Worker’s Day,” is a curiously un-American holiday. Celebrated by labor groups and political parties outside the United States, it began in 1890 as a global day of solidarity to …

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21
Aug

Skills of the “Unskilled”

By Jacqueline Hagan, co-author of Skills of the “Unskilled”: Work and Mobility among Mexican Migrants This guest post is published in advance of the American Sociological Association conference in Chicago.Check back every day for new posts …

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