[Air-l] psychological impact of telework

Nicole Ellison nellison at msu.edu
Fri Sep 15 11:44:48 PDT 2006

Hi Mark,

My 2004 book, Telework and Social Change, touches on some of these issues.
However, your students would be well-served to look for more current work in
the sociology literature as well as the resources Gail and Caroline point


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Hi folks,
I'm working with some students who are interested in recent research 
on the impact of teleworking conditions (monitoring, piecework or 
rate pay, isolation -- in some cases, de-differentiation of home and 
work -- in some cases), have on workers. I'd be much obliged for some 
suggestions of places to look.
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