Kate Hardy
Kate Hardy
Professor of Global Labour, University of Leeds
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In, against and beyond precarity: work in insecure times
G Alberti, I Bessa, K Hardy, V Trappmann, C Umney
Work, Employment and Society 32 (3), 447-457, 2018
The social protection of workers in the platform economy
C Forde, M Stuart, S Joyce, L Oliver, D Valizade, G Alberti, K Hardy, ...
European Parliament Think Tank, 128, 2017
Body/Sex/Work: Intimate, Embodied and Sexualised Labour
C Wolkowitz, RL Cohen, T Sanders, K Hardy
Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Flexible Workers: Labour, Regulation and the Political Economy of the Stripping Industry
T Sanders, K Hardy
Routledge, 2014
Students selling sex: marketisation, higher education and consumption
T Sanders, K Hardy
British Journal of Sociology of Education, 1-19, 2013
Incorporating sex workers into the Argentine labor movement
K Hardy
International Labor and Working-Class History 77 (01), 89-108, 2010
Devalued, deskilled and diversified: explaining the proliferation of the strip industry in the UK
T Sanders, K Hardy
The British journal of sociology 63 (3), 513-532, 2012
Beautiful face, beautiful place: relational geographies and gender in cosmetic surgery tourism websites
R Holliday, D Bell, M Jones, K Hardy, E Hunter, E Probyn, JS Taylor
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (1), 90-106, 2015
New sociologies of sex work
K Hardy, S Kingston, T Sanders
Ashgate, 2010
Macho, mobile and resilient? How workers with impairments are doubly disabled in project-based film and television work
K Randle, K Hardy
Work, Employment & Society, 0950017016643482, 2016
The political economy of ‘lap dancing’: contested careers and women’s work in the stripping industry
K Hardy, T Sanders
Work, Employment & Society 29 (1), 119-136, 2015
False Self-Employment, Autonomy, and Regulating for Decent Work: Improving Working Conditions in the UK Stripping Industry
K Cruz, K Hardy, T Sanders
British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2016
Austerity urbanism and Olympic counter-legacies: Gendering, defending and expanding the urban commons in East London
T Gillespie, K Hardy, P Watt
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 0263775817753844, 2018
Equal to any other, but not the same as any other: the politics of sexual labour, the body and intercorporeality
K Hardy
Ur, Wolkowitz, C., Cohen, LR och Hardy, K.(red): Body/sex/work: intimate …, 2013
Sex work: the ultimate precarious labour? Teela Sanders and Kate Hardy assess sex work within wider processes of ‘flexibilisation’
T Sanders, K Hardy
Criminal Justice Matters 93 (1), 16-17, 2013
Uneven Divestment of the State: Social Reproduction and Sex Work in Neo-developmentalist Argentina
K Hardy
Globalizations, 1-14, 2016
Surplus to the city: Austerity urbanism, displacement and ‘letting die’
T Gillespie, K Hardy, P Watt
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 0308518X211026323, 2021
Clear, rigorous and relevant: publishing quantitative research articles in Work, employment and society
A Charlwood, C Forde, I Grugulis, K Hardy, I Kirkpatrick, R MacKenzie, ...
Work, Employment & Society 28 (2), 155-167, 2014
Beauty and the beach: Mapping cosmetic surgery tourism
R Holliday, K Hardy, D Bell, E Hunter, M Jones, E Probyn, JS Taylor
Medical tourism and transnational health care, 83-97, 2013
Hustling the Platform: Capitalist Experiments and Resistance in the Digital Sex Industry
K Hardy, C Barbagallo
South Atlantic Quarterly 120 (3), 533-551, 2021
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