Gender, class and occupation working class men doing dirty work

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Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Simpson, Ruth, 1949- (Author), Hughes, Jason (Author), Slutskaya, Natasha, 1967- (Author)
Online Access:Link to e-book
Physical Description:1 online resource (vii, 277 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
Table of Contents:
  • List of Figures; 1: Gender, Class and Occupation: Introduction; Introduction; Furthering an Embodied Understanding of Dirty Work; A Theory of Practice; The Neglect of Dirty Work in Organisation Studies; Neo-liberalism and the White Working Class; The Research Projects; Project 1: Butchers; Project 2: Working with Waste; Outline of the Book; Part I: Theories and Concepts: Dirt, Gender and Class; 2: Embodying Dirty Work; Introduction; Bourdieu and Dirty Work; Conceptualising Dirty Work; The Social and Material in Dirty Work; Dirty Work as Embodied; Embodied Suitability.
  • Symbolic and Bodily Staining Self-hood and Dirty Work; 3: Dirt in Material Worlds; Introduction; What Is Dirt?; Dirt as a Designation: Dirt, Dirtiness and Dirty Work; A Material World: Dirt, Dirtiness and Socio-materiality; The Material-Ideal Split; Bringing the Material Back In; 4: Dirt as Relational; Introduction; Rescuing Discourse?; Bourdieu's Socio-materiality; Relational Ontologies: Beyond the Material-Discursive Dialectic?; 5: White Working Class Masculinities and Dirty Work; Introduction; Neo-liberalism, Bourdieu and Dirty Work; Theorising Masculinity.
  • Working Class Masculinity Working Class Masculinity and Whiteness; Class, Gender, Whiteness and Dirty Work; Part II: Occupational Contexts; 6: Notions of Sacrifice: The Meanings Butchers Give to Their Work; Introduction; Work-Based Meanings and Working Class Men; Sacrifice and Dirty Work; Butchery: Dirt and Skills; Orthodoxy of Work; Acceptance and Choice; Physicality, Dirt and Loss; Discussion; 7: Disposing of Waste: Paradoxes of Recognition; Introduction; Recognition in Management and Organisation Studies; Recognition and Dirty Work; Honneth and the Struggle for Recognition.
  • Bourdieu and Recognition Recognition and Forms of Self-Realisation; Individualisation and Failure of De-traditionalisation; Lack of Recognition; Individual Value and Economisation; Discussion; 8: Resistance in Dirty Work: Street Cleaners and Refuse Collectors; Introduction; Approaches to Resistance; Bourdieu and Resistance; Resistance in Dirty Work; Radical Emptiness; Resistance Through Social Comparison; Resistance Through Nostalgia and Attachment to the Past; Discussion; 9: Space, Place and Dirty Work: The Experiences of Street Cleaners, Refuse Collectors and Graffiti Removers.
  • Introduction Orientations to Organisational Space; Bourdieu and Space/Place; Dirty Work and Place; Spatial Fixidity, Dislocation and Changing Places; Pride in Place; Place as a Source of Devaluation; Discussion; 10: Emotional Dimensions of Dirty Work: Butchers and the Meat Trade; Introduction; Dirt, Dirty Work and Emotions; Dirt, Class and Butchery; Recalling Disgust and Aversion; Potential for Shame; Pleasure and Pride; Nostalgia, Cleanliness and Regret; Discussion; 11: Researching Dirty Work; Introduction; Methodological Dilemmas.