WORK2023 conference call for abstracts open until 28 February 2023
Multidisciplinary, international WORK2023 conference on work and working life research is organised in hybrid format on 23-25 August 2023 online and at the University of Turku. The call for abstracts is now open. Abstracts are accepted by 28 February 2023. All presented abstracts are published as an e-book of abstracts.
The WORK2023 theme Digital Capitalism: Peril and Possibilities addresses the current key drivers in most contemporary societal changes and in working life. The crucial roles of technologies and digital capitalism have become visible during the COVID-19 pandemic. Technologies have the power to enable development, offer remedies and bring forward mechanisms for sustainable development and equal worth, but in their various forms, technologies may also create, increase and push forward greater inequalities of different kinds.
The theme of WORK2023 calls upon papers, posters and presentations to address the topic and related questions in several streams. The conference host altogether 18 multidisciplinary streams. WORK2023 welcomes papers from a wide variety of interdisciplinary and theoretical perspectives.
More information on the streams and link to abstract submission system is found on conference website.
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