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Diannah Lowry

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22 Nov 2006
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This paper looks at how the mobile phone may shape the boundaries between the public (work) and private (home) domains, and on how these boundaries are negotiated or navigated. Positive and negative impacts of the mobile phone appear to be dependant on occupation, economic and...

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22 Nov 2006
76

This paper looks at how the mobile phone may shape the boundaries between the public (work) and private (home) domains, and on how these boundaries are negotiated or navigated. Positive and negative impacts of the mobile phone appear to be dependant on occupation, economic and...

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17 Oct 2006
70

Australia’s minerals industry will need to find an extra 70,000 workers over the next decade to meet its demand for labour, according to a new report from the Minerals Industry National Skills Shortage Strategy (NSSS) Working Party. Buoyed by sustained global economic growth, employment in...

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8 Sep 2005
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Diannah Lowry and Megan Moskos report on a study exploring the impact of the workplace mobile phone in a selection of Australian workplaces. This study involved interviews with 20 workers from different occupational and organisational settings. A consistent theme was the notion of the work...

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8 Nov 2004
32

This paper takes the form of a reflective dialogue between three teachers of business ethics working in different continents. Originating as a conference debate, it takes as its theme the notion of ideological "neutrality" and the role of the business ethics teacher.

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