Paul Brook is a senior lecturer in sociology of work and employment in the School of Management and an editor of Work, Employment and Society. He researches and publishes on emotional labour, medical labour, labour process theory and service work. He is currently researching early-career medics expectations and experience of working life in the UK's National Health Service (NHS).
In the age of much austerity and few alternatives, Paul Brook, Senior Lecturer in the Sociology of Work and Employment at the School, makes a renewed claim for a politics of labour mobilisation Not long after Occupy Wall Street re-injected the idea of class (‘We are the 99%’) into America’s political consciousness, fast food workers […]
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