Vulnerable Work: Navigating Stigma, (in)visibility and Opportunity
The second seminar explores the role of stigma in marginalising certain forms of work. The discussion will consider the ways in which such vulnerable work becomes visible as such; and the implications of working marginalised positions for worker agency.
a) Abrantes, Manuel. 2014. Domiciliary Care and Migrant Domestic Workers: Grasping the New Institutional Landscape, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 34 (9/10): 593–608.
b) Lewis, H., P. Dwyer, S. Hodkinson, and L. Waite. 2015. Hyper-Precarious Lives: Migrants, Work and Forced Labour in the Global North. Progress in Human Geography 39 (5): 580–600.
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The event will also include short presentations by early career researchers discussing works in progress in relation to this theme.