By James M. Thomas,Jennifer G. Correa
The e-book demonstrates how the ability of affective labour may be harnessed for gradually orientated world-building tasks, together with what the authors time period an ‘affective labour from below.’ through tying an research of affective labour into activities for social justice, the authors target to provide a severe concept of the area that may be essentially applied.
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Affective Labour: (Dis) assembling Distance and Difference by James M. Thomas,Jennifer G. Correa