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What's smart about working from home? Telework and the sustainable consumption of distance in Ireland
The use of technology is pervasive in contemporary society transforming lives and work environments. The internet and the availability of portable personal communication devices have resulted in immense societal change. ...
Consuming distance or (all) consuming work? The case of telework
The reality of anthropogenic climate change and the consequences for society and environment is of growing concern to many worldwide. Sustainable Development - development which addresses existing human needs while ...
Youth-adult relationships as assets for youth: promoting positive development in stressful Ttmes
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-12-13)
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Solidarity, equity and rights-based to health provision
(Commonwealth Secretariat, 2015)
This brief contribution addresses the central, but neglected principle of solidarity in universal health coverage reforms. Solidarity is the key to understanding rights-based approaches to health, while ensuring a good fit ...
Governing the future: children's health and biosocial power
(Manchester University Press, 2017-05-31)
Hannah Arendt’s concept of natality spans birth and action, which combine to inaugurate the new. Natality is used here to examine childhood as a prefigurative form of biopolitics. This concerns practices that seek ...