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Home-Based Work: Intersectionalities and Vagaries

The concept of boundaries has been extensively used in the work–family literature.  Activities formally designated as ‘work’ and the activities associated with domestic matters often take place in separate spaces. It would be of interest, therefore, to see how when formal work takes place in informal spaces at home, the conceptual and geographic boundaries, largely used for categorising the domestic and public domains, overlap. At times, domestic spaces may transcend the rigidly defined confines of homes. Under such circumstances, the...

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