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Deadline: 31 October 2019
The multiple contexts of workers' well-being
In Honour of Laura den Dulk and Jennifer Swanberg
Community, Work & Family calls for submissions for a special issue honouring the expertise of two recently departed editors Laura den Dulk and Jennifer Swanberg.
We invite theoretical or empirical papers centred around the expertise of the editors, i.e. papers that seek to understand what helps protect or improve the well-being of workers focusing on mechanisms or determinants at multiple levels. Examples include (but are not limited to) the levels of the worker, their family and their community, the manager, the organisation, the private or public sector, and public policies / the national welfare state. Submissions that examine the interplay between multiple levels will be prioritised. A wide range of aspects of workers’ wellbeing is welcomed across various national or international settings, including for instance health, work-family arrangements, work-life fit, and experiences of low-wage or precarious work.
In addition to full-length articles, we also welcome a limited number of submissions suitable for our Policy or Research Notes section, as well as Voices. When preparing your submission, please follow CWF's Instructions for Authors.
The call for papers is open until 31st October 2019.
Mara Yerkes, Associate Professor, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Rense Nieuwenhuis, Associate Professor, The Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) Stockholm University, Sweden