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Work-from/at/for-home: CoVID-19 and the future of work–A critical review
A Islam
Geoforum 128, 33-36, 2022
422022
“Two hours extra for working from home”: Reporting on gender, space, and time from the Covid‐field of Delhi, India
A Islam
Gender, Work & Organization 28, 405-414, 2021
422021
‘It gets really boring if you stay at home’: Women, work and temporalities in urban India
A Islam
Sociology 54 (5), 867-882, 2020
182020
Plastic bodies: Women workers and emerging body rules in service work in Urban India
A Islam
Gender & Society 36 (3), 422-444, 2022
82022
Ethnographic (dis) locations: An approach for studying marginalisation in the context of socio-economic change
A Islam
Ethnography 25 (1), 38-57, 2024
62024
Wilful resignations: Women, labour and life in urban India
A Islam
Beyond the Wage, 95-114, 2021
42021
'Not just a housewife': Gender, Class, and Labour in the New Economy of Urban India
A Islam
32020
Thatcher, J., Ingram, N., Burke, C. and Abrahams, J.(eds.) Bourdieu: The Next Generation. The Development of Bourdieu's Intellectual Heritage in Contemporary UK Sociology 2016 …
A Islam
The British Journal of Sociology 68 (4), 798-799, 2017
12017
Becoming'working'women: Formations of gender, class, and caste in urban India
A Islam
Sociological Review, 2024
2024
Gender Inequalities in Digital India
A Islam
2023
Book Review: Arne L Kalleberg and Steven P Vallas (eds), Precarious Work (Research in the Sociology of Work, Volume 31)
A Islam
Work, Employment and Society 34 (3), 526-527, 2020
2020
Book Review: Witches, Witch-Hunting, and Women by Silvia Federici
A Islam
SAGE, 2020
2020
Book Review: Lynsey Hanley, Respectable: The Experience of Class
A Islam
Sociology 52 (2), 432-434, 2018
2018
Book review: postcolonial media culture in Britain by Rosalind Brunt and Rinella Cere
A Islam
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Book review: gender and violence in the Middle East by Moha Ennaji and Fatima Sadiqi
A Islam
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Book review: blogistan: the internet and politics in Iran
A Islam
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2011
2011
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