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In Quest of a Job vs Engendering Employment


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Aldersey-Williams, Hugh.  The Most Beautiful Molecule: the discovery of the Buckyball. John Wiley and Sons, 1995.

Alexander, Christopher.  A Pattern Language. Oxford University Press, 1977. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  The Timeless Way of Building. Oxford University Press, 1979. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  The Oregon Experimen. Oxford University Press, 1975. [summary]

Amundson, Norman.  Mold, Mould, Mole-d: The Three M’s of Career Development. University of British Columbia, 2007. [text]

Auranen, Johanna.  Tervanjuontia ja ruusuilla tanssia - metaforatutkimus kasvatustyöstä kuntaorganisaation osana. (A Metaphor Study on Educational Work As Part of a Municipal Organization). University of Joensuu. [text]

Banaszynsk, Jacqui.  New Metaphors Needed for Changing Roles. Nieman Reports, Nieman Foundation, Spring 2006. [text]

Bazin, Laurent / Selim, Monique.  Ethnography, Culture and Globalization: anthropological approaches to the market, Critique of Anthropology, 26, 2006, 4, pp. 437-461. [abstract]

Creticos, Peter A.  Discovering New Metaphors for Work and its Relation to the People Who Perform It. March 2007. [text]

Elgin, Duane.  Voluntary Simplicity: toward a way of life that is outwardly simple, inwardly rich. Quill, 1998.

Fairchild, David.  10 Career Metaphors Guaranteed to Destroy Your Church. 12 September 2006. [text]

Galbraith, James K.  Dangerous Metaphor: the fiction of the labor market, unemployment, inflation and the job structure. Economics Public Policy Brief Archive (Levy Economics Institute), 1997, 36.. [text]

Goddard, Cliff.  The Ethnopragmatics and Semantics of ‘Active Metaphors’. Journal of Pragmatics, 36, 7, July 2004, pp. 1211-1230. [text]

Haser, Verena.  Metaphor, Metonymy and Experientialist Philosophy: challenging cognitive semantics. Walter de Gruyter, 2005. [extracts]

Inkson, Kerr.  Images of career: nine key metaphors. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 65, 2004, pp. 96-111.

Inkson, Kerr.  Understanding Careers: The Metaphors of Working Lives. Sage, 2006.

Inkson, Kerr / Amundson, Norman E.  Career metaphors and their application in theory and counseling practice. Journal of Employment Counseling, 1 September 2002, 39, 98-108. [text].

Kaschek, Roland / Tretiakov, Alexei.  Enabling Metaphor Evolution for Improving Systems' Usability. Journal of Digital Information Management, 1 December 2006. [abstract]

Kelly, Michael J.  Enabling Metaphors of Innovation and Change. In: Joel W. Meyerson (Ed.), New Thinking on Higher Education: Creating a Context for Change. Anker Publishing, 1998.

Krumboltz, John D.  Representing the Process of Changing Jobs: a reaction to the conceptual framework for job change. Journal of Career Development, 17, 1, September, 1990, pp 25-29. [text]

Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Metaphors We Live By. University of Chicago Press, 1980.

Law, Bill.  Changing Metaphors for Careers-Work. The Career-learning Network, 2008. [text]

McCloskey, Donald N.  Metaphors Economists Live By. Social Research, Summer, 1995. [text]

Miller, Barbara E.  ReInventing Work: innovative strategies relinking life and livelihood to benefit business and staff. Artemis Management Consultants, 1998.

Morgan, Gareth.  Images of Organization, Sage, 1986/1997.

Morgan, Gareth.  Imaginization: New Mindsets for Seeing, Organizing and Managing, Sage, 1993/1997.

Peters, Tom.  The Project 50 (Reinventing Work): Fifty Ways to Transform Every "Task" into a Project That Matters!. Knopf; 1999.

Rifkin, Jeremy.  The End of Work: the decline of the global labor force and the dawn of the post-market era. Tarcher/Putnam, 1995. [summary]

Rifkin, Jeremy.  The Future of Work: rethinking employment in the 21st Century. [summary | video]

Roosevelt, Ruth Barrons.  Metaphors for Trading. [text]

Rouvray, Denis H. / King, R. Bruce  (Eds.).    The Mathematics of the Periodic Table. Nova Science Publishers, 2005. [contents]

Samuelson, Pamela.  The Quest for Enabling Metaphors for Law and Lawyering in the Information Age. The Michigan Law Review Association, 94, 1996, 2029. [abstract]

Smith, Robert.  Identity Change with Grovian Metaphor. The Clean Collection, 11 January 2001. [text]

Spinks, Nora.  Choosing the Right Metaphor to Ensure Work-Life Quality for All. WFC Resources, February 2006. [text]

Straehle, Carolyn / Weiss, Gilbert / Wodak, Ruth / Muntigl, Peter / Sedlak, Maria.  Struggle as Metaphor in European Union Discourses on Unemployment. Discourse and Society, 10, 1999, 1, pp. 67-99. [abstract]

Wilson, Edward O. / Unruh, Wes.  The Art of Memetics. 2008. [extracts]

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