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ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOV 1st, 2023
Research in Social Science and Disability Volume 16
Disability and the Future of Work(ers)
Editors: Fitore Hyseni, Lisa Schur, Doug Kruse, and Peter Blanck
Call for book chapters: Abstracts due October 15 EXTENDED TO NOV 1, 2023
Call for book chapters on the future of work for workers with disabilities, exploring challenges and possibilities in the changing workplace and employment landscape. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted long standing uncertainties and disparities, with low employment rates, precarious jobs, and limited protections for people with disabilities. Recent changes in the workplace, such as remote / alternative work assignments and emerging technologies, have shown promise to benefit and/or harm workers with disabilities. Changing employment policies may exacerbate inequality and/or enhance worker's bargaining power, promoting more inclusive employment and employer policies. We invite theoretical, methodological, and empirical papers using social scientific approaches to examine trends, challenges and opportunities in the workplace and employment landscape.
Possible topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Abstracts should be 500-1000 words and submitted as Word documents or PDFs. Abstracts should be organized in the following sections: Purpose, Approach, Findings (anticipated findings are sufficient at this stage), and Implications. All papers should adhere to the stylistic requirements of Emerald Publishing: http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/ebooks/author_guidelihttps://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=http%3a%2f%2fwww.emeraldgrouppublishing.com%2fproducts%2febooks%2fauthor_guideli&c=E,1,4YHvmOYicSbRo_bnCFQe_PoSVYbwXyYK9PU9d6Is0uow-wyWEv7YOjYvtzHKiz_qZa1cyGcai6j-tQX6-vZmqqm7Dhb29pqp2zLlQL1xjMuMPrxGPira&typo=1 nes.htm The deadline for abstract submissions is November 1st 2023, and for complete chapter submission 15 April 2024. Send inquiries and abstracts to: firstname.lastname@example.org:email@example.com.
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