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Can cultural consumption increase future earnings? Exploring the economic returns to cultural capital2019 British journal of sociology 70 (1): 214-40
  • Aaron Reeves
  • Robert de Vries
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'Studies in social and cultural capital'
Do terrorist attacks affect ethnic discrimination in the labour market? Evidence from two randomized field experiments2019 British journal of sociology 70 (1): 241-60
  • Arnfinn H. Midtbøen
  • Elisabeth Ugreninov
  • Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund
  • Jon Rogstad
  • Tak Wing Chan
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'The social impact of terrorism and counter-terrorism'
Time perspective as antecedent of trust in a manager and its impact on employee attitudes2019 Time and society 28 (1): 124-52
  • Douglas A. Hershey
  • Ritu Gupta
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Refusing the development NGO? Departure, dismissal, and microrecognition in Angolan development interventions2019 Anthropological quarterly 92 (1): 203-30
  • Rebecca Warne Peters
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
'Some feckin' jump like': Fordism and Ford workers in Ireland2019 Folk life 57 (1): 27-41
  • Liam Cullinane
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
Dealing with the experience of imperfection in a Finnish public sector organization2019 Human organization 78 (2): 169-78
  • Iiris Aaltio
  • Kristiina Niemi-Kaija
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
An honourable profession: public employees and identity construction in Chile, 1880-19202019 Bulletin of Latin American research 38 (2): 179-91
  • Diego Barría Traverso
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
Settling the neoliberal contradiction through corporate volunteering: governing employees in the era of cognitive capitalism2019 Journal of contemporary ethnography 48 (6): 773-805
  • Itamar Y. Shachar
  • Lesley Hustinx
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0891-2416
Employment of the weak: the role of multinational factory in the life trajectory of early school leavers in Samoa2019 The contemporary Pacific 31 (2): 417-46
  • Masami_Tsujita Levi
*H6/KX [CONTEMPORARY-]1043-898X
Workplace theory: an anthropological approach to emotional labour, subjectivity and control/resistance processes2019 Anthropological theory 19 (4): 470-88
  • Jaime Guiamet
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996
Port-of-entry neighborhood and its effects on the economic success of refugees in Sweden2019 International migration review 53 (3): 671-705
  • George Galster
  • Roger Andersson
  • Sako Musterd
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Complaints-based entrepreneurialism: worker experience of the employment standards complaints process in Ontario, Canada2019 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 56 (3): 347-67
  • Kiran Mirchandani
  • Mary Jean Hande
  • Shelley Condratto
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
For law and markets: employment discrimination lawsuits, market performance, and managerial diversity2018 American journal of sociology 123 (4): 1117-60
  • Elizabeth Hirsch
  • Youngjoo Cha
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Caradora: migration, informal labor, and the problem of enacting trust in Spanish enclave in Moroccco2018 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 41 (1): 160-78
  • Brian Campbell
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976
Employing the CEO of Me, Inc.: US corporate hiring in a neoliberal age2018 American ethnologist 45 (2): 173-85
  • Ilana Gershon
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Weathering the storm? The great recession and the employment status transition of low-skill male immigrant workers in the United States2018 International migration review 52 (1): 90-124
  • Blake Sisk
  • Katharine M. Donato
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
The Islamic Republic Party of Iran in the factory: control over workers' discourse in posters (1979-1987)2018 Iran 56 (2): 237-49
  • M. Stella Morgana
H6/KWJ [IRAN-]0578-6967
Toward a Native archive: Chicago's relocation photos, Indian labor, and indigenous public text2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 375-410
  • Megan Tusler
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Shock humour: zanieness and the freedom of permanent improvisation in urban Tanzania2018 Cultural anthropology 33 (3): 473-98
  • Michael Degani
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
Undercover boss blues2018 Anthropology today 34 (5): 20-1
  • Ilana Gershon
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0268-540X
'Débrouillez-vous': women's work, transactional sex, and the politics of social networks2018 Ethnos 83 (1): 21-41
  • Lesley Nicole Braun
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
Stuck behind kitchen doors? Assessing the work prospects of latter-generation Latino workers in a Los Angeles restaurant2018 Ethnic and racial studies 41 (1-2): 210-28
  • Eli R. Wilson
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in thematic section 'Immigration and social change in the USA'
Humanitarians in court: how duty of care travelled from human resources to legal liability2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (3): 358-74
  • Kristin Bergtora Sandvik
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113in special section 'Who is afraid of 'official law'? Studying law and belonging by bridging approaches from legal anthropology, legal sociology and the anthropology of the state'
The morals of liability: some thoughts on 'Humanitarians in court'2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (3): 375-8
  • Julia Eckert
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113comments on 'Humanitarians in court: how duty of care travelled from human resources to legal liability' by K B Sandvik see this issue, 358-74; in special section 'Who is afraid of 'official law'? Studying law and belonging by bridging approaches from legal anthropology, legal sociology and the anthropology of the state'
Negotiating publicity and persona: the work of Native actors in studio Hollywood2018 American Indian culture and research journal 42 (3): 119-35
  • Jacob Floyd
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Representing Native peoples: Native narratives of indigenous history and culture'
Framed by freedom: emancipation and oppression in post-Fordist Thailand2017 Cultural anthropology 32 (1): 68-92
  • Claudio Sopranzetti
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
"Helping the helpless help themselves": how volunteers and employees create a moral identity while sustaining symbolic boundaries withing a homeless shelter2017 Journal of contemporary ethnography 46 (2): 230-60
  • Laura E. Rogers
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0891-2416
E-terrifty: securitized immigration and biometric surveillance in the workplace2017 Human organization 76 (1): 1-14
  • Carolina Alonso-Bejarano
  • Daniel M. Goldstein
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Self-fashioning exceptionality: flexible workers in Singapore's casino resorts2017 Asian anthropology 16 (1): 4-19
  • Brenda S. A. Yeoh
  • Juan Zhang
  • Kamalini Ramdas
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin special section on mobilities and exceptional spaces in Asia
Working with the carnivalesque at the seaside: transgression and misbehaviour in a tourism marketplace2017 Tourist studies 17 (2): 182-99
  • Anya Chapman
  • Duncan Light
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
"Stuck in the middle with you?" Supervisory level and anger about work2017 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 54 (3): 309-30
  • Laura Upenieks
  • William Magee
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic issue 'The relevance of sociology'; French summary
Precarity in the nonprofit employment services sector2017 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 54 (3): 331-52
  • Carlo Fanelli
  • Debbie Laliberté Rudman
  • Rebecca M. Aldrich
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic issue 'The relevance of sociology'; French summary
Contracting out of the constitution: labour brokers, post office casual workers and the failure of South Africa's industrial relations framework2017 Journal of southern African studies 43 (4): 789-803
  • David Dickinson
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in thematic section 'Policy, labour and the rule of law: trade unionism in South Africa'
State interactions in indigenous and intercultural contexts. Shared life trajectories between the public employee and the user2017 Anthropos (St Augustin) 112 (2): 455-66
  • Francisca de la Maza
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
Crisis and differentiation among small-scale sugar cane growers in Nkomazi, South Africa2017 Journal of southern African studies 43 (3): 535-49
  • Paul James
  • Philip Woodhouse
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'The political economy of sugar in Southern Africa'
Personal and professional encompassment in organizational capacity building: SOS children's villages and supportive housing2017 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 35 (1): 99-113
  • Viktoryia Kalesnikava
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special issue 'Hope and insufficiency: capacity building in ethnographic comparison'
Agrarian structure, primordial loyalties and class relations in Chilean neoliberalism. A case study in the Puangue Valley, metropolitan region of Santiago (1975-2013)2017 Cuadernos de antropologia social (45): 93-116
  • Matías Calderón Seguel
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]0327-3776English and Portuguese summaries
Social and ethnic diversity in employment: under micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India2016 Oriental anthropologist 16 (1): 147-62
  • Prakash Chandra Deogharia
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
Out the back: race and reinvention in Johannesburg's garden cottages2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (6): 627-42
  • Nicky Falkof
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
The discourse of racialization of labour and Chinese enterprises in Africa2016 Ethnic and racial studies 39 (12): 2149-68
  • Barry Sautman
  • Yan Hairong
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'Chinese minorities: representation and classification at home and abroad'
'Our helper is part of the family!' Domestic workers in the Philippines2016 Tsantsa 21: 116-26
  • Bettina Beer
H6/KF [TSANTSA-]1420-7834photo essay
Assistantes sociales et assistants sociaux à l'Hospice général. Des projections professionnelles marquées par la ségrégation sexuée2016 Tsantsa 21: 127-31
  • Mélanie Battistini
H6/KF [TSANTSA-]1420-7834
Introduction: reorienting hopes2016 Contemporary Japan 28 (1): 1-11
  • Iza Kavedžija
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue
Hope found in lives lost: karoshi and the pursuit of worker rights in Japan2016 Contemporary Japan 28 (1): 59-80
  • Rika Morioka
  • Scott North
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Reorienting hopes'
Management of HIV/AIDS programmes at the workplace: a case study of selected organizations in Chris Hani district, Eastern Cape province, South Africa2016 Journal of human ecology 55 (3): 227-36
  • Getrude Shava
  • Pius Tangwe Tanga
  • Priscilla Gutura
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Reforming Japanese-style management: destabilizing hegemony through discourse intervention2016 Contemporary Japan 28 (2): 209-28
  • David Rear
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Subaltern bureaucrats and postcolonial rule: indigenous professional registers of engagement with the Chilean state2015 Comparative sociology 57 (1): 248-73
  • Andrew J. Webb
  • Sarah A. Radcliffe
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]1569-1322
Where do immigrants fare worse? Modeling workplace wage gap variation with longitudinal employer-employee data2015 American journal of sociology 120 (4): 1095-143
  • Donald Tomaskovic-Devey
  • Dustin Avent-Holt
  • Martin Hällsten
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
L'emploi des femmes kanak à Vavouto2015 Ethnies 21 (37-38): 158-85
  • Christine Salomon
*H6/KD [ETHNIES-]0295-9151in special issue 'Émancipation kanak'; with CD rom in appendix
Deaf bodies and corporate bodies: new regimes of value in Bangalore's business process outsourcing sector2015 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 21 (2): 313-29
  • Michele Friedner
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary