Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning

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Several studies shown that the economic and organizational changes of the last decade, in the sociological literature. This includes the growth of the service sector and the diffusion of new technologies, have altered the reproductive processes. In order to shed light on how knowledge workers facing job flexibility and insecurity, as well as their spatial and temporal dimensions typical of fordism. With respective to the practices of constructing the boundaries between productive and reproductive domains, specific analytical tools were applied. And originating from the interdisciplinary field of boundary-studies, within a perspective focused on gender differences and the subjective experiences of time. 

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