schliessen

Filtern

 

Bibliotheken

Nonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work

Nonstandard employment relations-such as part-time work, temporary help agency and contract company employment, short-term and contingent work, and independent contracting-have become increasingly prominent ways of organizing work in recent years. Our understanding of these nonstandard work arrangem... Full description

Journal Title: Annual review of sociology 2000-01-01, Vol.26 (1), p.341-365
Main Author: KALLEBERG, Arne L
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects:
Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews Inc
ID: ISSN: 0360-0572
Link: http://pascal-francis.inist.fr/vibad/index.php?action=getRecordDetail&idt=1161460
Zum Text:
SendSend as email Add to Book BagAdd to Book Bag
Staff View
recordid: cdi_proquest_journals_1750794143
title: Nonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work
format: Article
creator:
  • KALLEBERG, Arne L
subjects:
  • Employee relations
  • Employment
  • Independent contractors
  • Labor
  • Labor markets
  • Part time employment
  • Research
  • Service industries
  • Sociology
  • Sociology of work
  • Sociology of work and sociology of organizations
  • Temporary employment
  • Temporary labor
  • Wages
  • Work organization. Working relations
  • Workforce
ispartof: Annual review of sociology, 2000-01-01, Vol.26 (1), p.341-365
description: Nonstandard employment relations-such as part-time work, temporary help agency and contract company employment, short-term and contingent work, and independent contracting-have become increasingly prominent ways of organizing work in recent years. Our understanding of these nonstandard work arrangements has been hampered by inconsistent definitions, often inadequate measures, and the paucity of comparative research. This chapter reviews the emerging research on these nonstandard work arrangements. The review emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of contributions to this field, including research by a variety of sociologists, economists, and psychologists. It also focuses on cross-national research, which is needed to investigate how macroeconomic, political, and institutional factors affect the nature of employment relations. Areas for future research are suggested.
language: eng
source: Alma/SFX Local Collection
identifier: ISSN: 0360-0572
fulltext: fulltext
issn:
  • 0360-0572
  • 1545-2115
url: Link


@attributes
NO1
SEARCH_ENGINEprimo_central_multiple_fe
SEARCH_ENGINE_TYPEPrimo Central Search Engine
RANK2.4853563
LOCALfalse
PrimoNMBib
record
control
sourceidgale_proqu
recordidTN_cdi_proquest_journals_1750794143
sourceformatXML
sourcesystemPC
galeidA67051612
jstor_id223448
sourcerecordidA67051612
originalsourceidFETCH-LOGICAL-1501t-1e40569f935529524d6af4ba78514a538035de4d19221d24e2441f70f21952fe3
addsrcrecordideNqFkV9rFDEUxYNYcG39BPowoG92xtzkJrPTt7LUViityIqPIZ1J1qwzyTbJCP32pu7ivxcJJHDzO-fe5BDyCmgDgPKd9n6O5nuTQt8w2UDDEZ6QBQgUNQMQT8mCcklrKlr2jDxPaUspBUHZglzdBJ-y9oOOQ3Ux7cbwMBmfq09m1NmVu7Pqo465XrvJnFZrM-1C1PGhKopqFXyOus_VlxC_nZAjq8dkXhzOY_L5_cV6dVVf315-WJ1f16Uf5BoMUiE723EhWCcYDlJbvNPtUgBqwZeUi8HgAB1jMDA0DBFsSy2DQlvDj8nrve8uhvvZpKy2YY6-tFTQCtp2CMgLVe-pjR6Nct6Gx0nLGszk-uCNdaV-LlsqQAIr_Ns_-Ls5OW9S2ZLbfM1po-eU_qJxT_cxpBSNVbvopvItCqh6TEQdElElEcWkAlUSKbI3h9F16vVoo_a9S7-1xRslLdjZP-69yz_DKG9w4_96vNyLtymH-MubMY645D8AOMmqCA
sourcetypeAggregation Database
isCDItrue
recordtypearticle
pqid1750794143
display
typearticle
titleNonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work
sourceAlma/SFX Local Collection
creatorKALLEBERG, Arne L
creatorcontribKALLEBERG, Arne L
descriptionNonstandard employment relations-such as part-time work, temporary help agency and contract company employment, short-term and contingent work, and independent contracting-have become increasingly prominent ways of organizing work in recent years. Our understanding of these nonstandard work arrangements has been hampered by inconsistent definitions, often inadequate measures, and the paucity of comparative research. This chapter reviews the emerging research on these nonstandard work arrangements. The review emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of contributions to this field, including research by a variety of sociologists, economists, and psychologists. It also focuses on cross-national research, which is needed to investigate how macroeconomic, political, and institutional factors affect the nature of employment relations. Areas for future research are suggested.
identifier
0ISSN: 0360-0572
1EISSN: 1545-2115
2DOI: 10.1146/annurev.soc.26.1.341
languageeng
publisherPalo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews Inc
subjectEmployee relations ; Employment ; Independent contractors ; Labor ; Labor markets ; Part time employment ; Research ; Service industries ; Sociology ; Sociology of work ; Sociology of work and sociology of organizations ; Temporary employment ; Temporary labor ; Wages ; Work organization. Working relations ; Workforce
ispartofAnnual review of sociology, 2000-01-01, Vol.26 (1), p.341-365
rights
0Copyright 2000 Annual Reviews
12001 INIST-CNRS
2COPYRIGHT 2000 Annual Reviews, Inc.
lds50peer_reviewed
citedbyFETCH-LOGICAL-1501t-1e40569f935529524d6af4ba78514a538035de4d19221d24e2441f70f21952fe3
citesFETCH-LOGICAL-1501t-1e40569f935529524d6af4ba78514a538035de4d19221d24e2441f70f21952fe3
links
openurl$$Topenurl_article
openurlfulltext$$Topenurlfull_article
thumbnail$$Usyndetics_thumb_exl
backlink$$Uhttp://pascal-francis.inist.fr/vibad/index.php?action=getRecordDetail&idt=1161460$$DView record in Pascal Francis
search
creatorcontribKALLEBERG, Arne L
title
0Nonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work
1Annual review of sociology
descriptionNonstandard employment relations-such as part-time work, temporary help agency and contract company employment, short-term and contingent work, and independent contracting-have become increasingly prominent ways of organizing work in recent years. Our understanding of these nonstandard work arrangements has been hampered by inconsistent definitions, often inadequate measures, and the paucity of comparative research. This chapter reviews the emerging research on these nonstandard work arrangements. The review emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of contributions to this field, including research by a variety of sociologists, economists, and psychologists. It also focuses on cross-national research, which is needed to investigate how macroeconomic, political, and institutional factors affect the nature of employment relations. Areas for future research are suggested.
subject
0Employee relations
1Employment
2Independent contractors
3Labor
4Labor markets
5Part time employment
6Research
7Service industries
8Sociology
9Sociology of work
10Sociology of work and sociology of organizations
11Temporary employment
12Temporary labor
13Wages
14Work organization. Working relations
15Workforce
issn
00360-0572
11545-2115
fulltexttrue
rsrctypearticle
creationdate2000
recordtypearticle
recordideNqFkV9rFDEUxYNYcG39BPowoG92xtzkJrPTt7LUViityIqPIZ1J1qwzyTbJCP32pu7ivxcJJHDzO-fe5BDyCmgDgPKd9n6O5nuTQt8w2UDDEZ6QBQgUNQMQT8mCcklrKlr2jDxPaUspBUHZglzdBJ-y9oOOQ3Ux7cbwMBmfq09m1NmVu7Pqo465XrvJnFZrM-1C1PGhKopqFXyOus_VlxC_nZAjq8dkXhzOY_L5_cV6dVVf315-WJ1f16Uf5BoMUiE723EhWCcYDlJbvNPtUgBqwZeUi8HgAB1jMDA0DBFsSy2DQlvDj8nrve8uhvvZpKy2YY6-tFTQCtp2CMgLVe-pjR6Nct6Gx0nLGszk-uCNdaV-LlsqQAIr_Ns_-Ls5OW9S2ZLbfM1po-eU_qJxT_cxpBSNVbvopvItCqh6TEQdElElEcWkAlUSKbI3h9F16vVoo_a9S7-1xRslLdjZP-69yz_DKG9w4_96vNyLtymH-MubMY645D8AOMmqCA
startdate20000101
enddate20000101
creatorKALLEBERG, Arne L
general
0Annual Reviews Inc
1Annual reviews
2Annual Reviews, Inc
scope
0IQODW
1AAYXX
2CITATION
3HFIND
4HZAIM
5K30
6PAAUG
7PAWZZ
8PAXOH
9PBHAV
10PBQSW
11PBYQZ
12PCIWU
13PCMID
14PCVGT
15PCZJX
16PDGRG
17PDWWI
18PETMR
19PFVGT
20PISVA
21PJCTQ
22PJTMS
23PLCHJ
24PMHAD
25PNQDJ
26POUND
27PPLAD
28PQAPC
29PQCAN
30PQCMW
31PQEME
32PQHKH
33PQMID
34PQNCT
35PQNET
36PQQDJ
37PQSCT
38PQSET
39PSVJG
40PVMQY
41PZGFC
sort
creationdate20000101
titleNonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work
authorKALLEBERG, Arne L
facets
frbrtype5
frbrgroupidcdi_FETCH-LOGICAL-1501t-1e40569f935529524d6af4ba78514a538035de4d19221d24e2441f70f21952fe3
rsrctypearticles
prefilterarticles
languageeng
creationdate2000
topic
0Employee relations
1Employment
2Independent contractors
3Labor
4Labor markets
5Part time employment
6Research
7Service industries
8Sociology
9Sociology of work
10Sociology of work and sociology of organizations
11Temporary employment
12Temporary labor
13Wages
14Work organization. Working relations
15Workforce
toplevel
0peer_reviewed
1online_resources
creatorcontribKALLEBERG, Arne L
collection
0Pascal-Francis
1CrossRef
2Periodicals Index Online Segment 16
3Periodicals Index Online Segment 26
4Periodicals Index Online
5Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - West
6Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - MEA
7Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - Midwest
8Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - Northeast
9Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - Southeast
10Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - North Central
11Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - Southeast
12Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - South Central
13Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - UK / I
14Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - Canada
15Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - EMEALA
16Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - North Central
17Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - South Central
18Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - West
19Periodicals Index Online Segments 1-50
20Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - APAC
21Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - Midwest
22Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - MEA
23Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - Canada
24Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - UK / I
25Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - EMEALA
26Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - APAC
27Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - Canada
28Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - West
29Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - EMEALA
30Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - Northeast
31Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - Midwest
32Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - North Central
33Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - Northeast
34Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - South Central
35Primary Sources Access & Build (Plan A) - Southeast
36Primary Sources Access (Plan D) - UK / I
37Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - APAC
38Primary Sources Access—Foundation Edition (Plan E) - MEA
jtitleAnnual review of sociology
delivery
delcategoryRemote Search Resource
fulltextfulltext
addata
auKALLEBERG, Arne L
formatjournal
genrearticle
ristypeJOUR
atitleNonstandard Employment Relations: Part-Time, Temporary and Contract Work
jtitleAnnual review of sociology
date2000-01-01
risdate2000
volume26
issue1
spage341
epage365
pages341-365
issn0360-0572
eissn1545-2115
abstractNonstandard employment relations-such as part-time work, temporary help agency and contract company employment, short-term and contingent work, and independent contracting-have become increasingly prominent ways of organizing work in recent years. Our understanding of these nonstandard work arrangements has been hampered by inconsistent definitions, often inadequate measures, and the paucity of comparative research. This chapter reviews the emerging research on these nonstandard work arrangements. The review emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of contributions to this field, including research by a variety of sociologists, economists, and psychologists. It also focuses on cross-national research, which is needed to investigate how macroeconomic, political, and institutional factors affect the nature of employment relations. Areas for future research are suggested.
copPalo Alto, CA
pubAnnual Reviews Inc
doi10.1146/annurev.soc.26.1.341