Browsing Department of Politics, People & Place by Subject "Labour Process Theory (LPT)"
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Restrictions and Resistance in The Postcolonial Periphery: Labour Power and Skilled Migrant Workers in The United Kingdom. (Book chapter)Central to the understanding of work in and by the Global South are processes of migration, in particular, international mobility. Work undertaken by workers originating from the Global South is often located within ...