Get a broad perspective on the dynamics of the workplace and examine international approaches to work-related issues in this respected journal. Work and Occupations offers distinguished scholarship with an interdisciplinary perspective.
Work and Occupations publishes original contributions in a wide range of work areas, addressing such topics as:
- emotion, work, and labor
- gender and race relations
- globalization and work
- immigrant and migrant workers
- internal labor markets
- labor force trends
- labor-management relations
- labor movement revitalization
- networks in careers and workplaces
- occupational safety and health
- organizational careers
- organizational culture
- socialization processes
- transitions between work, home, unemployment, and school
- violence in the workplace
- work and family
- work attitudes and behaviors
- worker cultures
- workplace diversity
- work group dynamics
- working in later life
For over 30 years, Work and Occupations has published rigorous social science research on the human dynamics of the workplace, employment, and society from an international, interdisciplinary perspective. Work and Occupations provides a broad perspective on the workplace, examining international approaches to work-related issues as well as insights from scholars in a variety of fields, including anthropology, demography, education, government administration, history, industrial relations, labor economics, management, psychology, and sociology. In addition to regular features including research notes, review essays, and book reviews, each issue of Work and Occupations is an outlet for original contributions in a wide range of areas associated with work, addressing such topics as: emotion, work, and labor; employee involvement; gender and race relations; globalization and work; immigrant and migrant workers; internal labor markets; labor force trends; labor-management relations; labor markets and careers; labor movement revitalization; managing workplace diversity; networks in careers and workplaces; occupations and professions; occupational health and safety; organizational careers; organizational culture; socialization processes; transitions between work, home, unemployment, and school; violence in the workplace; work and family; work attitudes and behaviors; worker cultures; work group dynamics; worker productivity; working in later life; workplace conflict; and workplace organization.
|Daniel B. Cornfield||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Matthew Tarizzo||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Meagan Rainock||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Savannah C. Bastian||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Kaelee Belletto||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Chancey Herbolsheimer||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Adam K. Schoenbachler||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Bruce Barry||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Michael Burawoy||University of California, Berkeley, USA|
|Reginald A. Byron||Southwestern University|
|Jorge Carrillo||El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico|
|Emilio J. Castilla||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA|
|Jonathan S. Coley||Oklahoma State University, USA|
|Timothy J. Dowd||Emory University, USA|
|Cynthia Fuchs Epstein||City University of New York, USA|
|Enrique Fernández-Macías||Eurofound, Ireland|
|Alexandre Frenette||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Markus Gangl||University of Frankfurt, Germany|
|Lena Hipp||WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany|
|Doo-Seung Hong||Seoul National University, South Korea|
|Hande Inanc||Mathematica, USA|
|Larry Isaac||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Sanford M. Jacoby||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Arne Kalleberg||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA|
|Tali Kristal||University of Haifa|
|Anne-Kathrin Kronberg||University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA|
|Quan D. Mai||Rutgers University, USA|
|Ray Marshall||University of Texas, Austin, USA|
|Joshua Murray||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Richard E. Ocejo||John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY|
|Jennifer L. Nelson||University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA|
|Barbara F. Reskin||University of Washington, USA|
|Jeffery J. Sallaz||University of Arizona, USA|
|Benjamin Shestakofsky||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Rachel Skaggs||Ohio State University, USA|
|Lijun Song||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Enrique de la Garza Toledo||Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa, Mexico|
|Margarita Torre Fernandez||University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain|
|Steven Vallas||Northeastern University, USA|
|Christine L. Williams||University of Texas-Austin, USA|
|Alford A. Young Jr.||University of Michigan, USA|
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Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal (WO) publishes sociological and social scientific research on work, occupations, employment, and labor themes. Articles promote new theoretical insights in contemporary scholarly discourse and inform policymaking.
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