Work-life balance? An autoethnographic exploration of everyday home-work dynamics
Based on data generated in autoethnographic conversations between the three authors, in this article we critique the prevailing metaphor of work/life balance. We offer instead a conceptualisation of the relationship between work and non-work aspects of life which is more dynamic, less reductionist a...
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