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What is emotional labour - and how do we get it wrong?

By Michael James Walsh, Associate Professor in Social Sciences, University of Canberra
Stephanie Alice Baker, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, City, University of London
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We often talk about ‘emotional labour’ as performed by those who take on the emotional workload within families or relationships. But the term has a specific meaning – and that’s not what it is.The Conversation

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