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AbstractDrawing on empirical findings from a longitudinal ethnographic study of a post 1992 UK university business school, we argue that structural and organisational changes taking place in the working environment have implications for the way in which time, place and space are experienced, articulated and conceptualised by academics and the organisation. Our research examined the impact of formalised location independent working (LIW) practices on the lives, relationships and identities of academics in the case study institution.
CitationLee, A., DiDomenico, M. & Saunders, M.N.K (2017) Time, place, space and the academic labour process. Paper presented at the 34th International Labour Process Conference, Sheffield, April.
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