Sociale medier og arbejde

Sociale medier og arbejde Sociale mediers rolle i at omforme arbejdslivet har været genstand for både offentlig debat og forskning (Fusi & Feeney 2018; Leftheriotis & Giannakos 2014). Hvorvidt disse medier er undergravende eller understøttende for arbejdslivet, er et omstridt emne med flere kontekstafhængige svar (Bagger 2021). Først og fremmest bliver sociale medier anklaget for […]

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Forfatter Christoffer Bagger
Emneredaktør Jesper Tække
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Bagger 2021; Duffy 2017; Gandini 2020


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