Problem of perceiving of e-work in society
In the industrial era, work was the main activity for a person, determining its status in society, image and lifestyle, which undoubtedly influenced the formation of a certain notion of "good" and "bad" work, of prestigious and popular professions, and as a consequence, image of the "traditional" form of labor.
The situation of conflict between the evacuated citizens and local population at the beginning of the great Patriotic war is the subject of much study. Mechanisms painful identifying "us" and "them" in terms of military logistics are considered. Social conflicts have been exacerbated by the clash of different discourses and meanings: the language of official slogans and everyday meanings Dating back to pre-war time. Practices, which are associated with evacuation, has created a special language of official statements. Features of social trauma, which were evacuated and tested by the local people for euphemisms party documents are recognized.
This paper examines the problem of stigmatization in the context of the formation of a new social and labor structure of society, a characteristic feature of which is the spread of atypical forms of employment and labor precarization. In our field of vision, there was a category of atypical workers like self-employed Internet workers and the problem of their stigmatization. In drawing conclusions, we will examine the differences between self-employed Internet workers and other atypical workers. The transfer of labor activity to the virtual space, the absence of obvious and established in the minds of society of philistine signs of labor activity in such an employee lead to stigmatization of those employed on the Internet (or Internet workers) and the problem of their stigmatization.
This paper is devoted to the contradiction between the regulation of labor relations and real practices of work. The modern labor market is characterized by its decentralization and destandardization, active introduction of the latest information technologies, automation and robotization of a number of production processes. In these conditions, state regulation faces serious difficulties caused by the irrelevance of certain legal technologies and the need for rapid creation and constant updating of new ones. The basis for this study was such a modern form of employment as Internet employment, which has a high degree of variability.
The paper describes the types of 'dirty work' occupations and the strategies of professional identity defense in persons carrying out such activities. The paper also focuses on the psychological nature of the very phenomenon of dirty work and its social psychological matter, as well as on the problems referring to stigmatization of dirty work and to the worker's identity. It provides an insight into the cognitive and behavioural strategies of coping with dirty work.