Why work?: the perceptions of a “real job” and the rhetoric of work through the ages

July 16, 2009

The Perceptions of “A Real Job” and the Rhetoric of Work through the Ages explores the contemporary cultural construction of work, beginning with the expression, “A Real Job.” Over time, the concept of “work” was thought to be inherently understood by those who examined societal structures and human interactions.

Why work? : the perceptions of a “real job” and the rhetoric of work through the ages / Robin Patric Clair… [et al.].  West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, 2008. iv, 196 p.   ISBN 978-1-55753-151-5

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