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Work, Subjectivity and Learning
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Chapter 1: Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Stephen Billett,- Chapter 2: Escaping/Becoming Subjects: Learning to Work the Boundaries in Boundaryless Work, Tara Fenwick,- Chapter 3: Subjected Bodies, or Embodied Subjects: Subjectivity and Learning Safety at Work, Margaret Somerville,- Chapter 4: Learning and Experience, Henning Salling Olesen,- Chapter 5: Dressing Corporate Subjectivities: Learning What to Wear to the Bank, Kathryn Church et all,- Chapter 6: The Moving Subject: Shifting Work(ers) across and Beyond Organisational Boundaries, Hermine Scheeres and Nicky Solomon,- Chapter 7: Exploring Contruction of Gendered Identities at Work, Lena Abrahamsson,- Chapter 8: Epistemological Beliefs and their Impact on Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Christian Harteis et all,- Chapter 9: Personal Agency and Epistimology at Work, Stephen Billet and Ray Smith,- Chapter 10: Developing Subjective Identities Through Collective Participation, Anneli Etelapelto and Jaana Saarinen,- Chapter 11: Action at a Distance: Governmentality , Subjectivity and Workplace Learning, Richard Edwards and Katherine Nicoll,- Chapter 12: Integrating Life, Work and Identity: Farm Women Transfering 'Self' Though Personal Struggle and Conflict, Jan Allan,- Chapter 13: Work, Subjectivity and Learning in the Diaspora: Immigrant Women of Colour in White Academe, Mary V. Alfred,- Chapter 14: Workers, Subjectivity and Decent Work, Catherine Casey,- Chapter 15: Work, Subjectivity and Learning: Prospects and Issues, Tara Fenwick and Margaret Somerville.

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