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Out of sight, out of mind in a new world of work? Autonomy, control and spatiotemporal scaling in telework

Bibliographic reference Sewell, Graham ; Taskin, Laurent. Out of sight, out of mind in a new world of work? Autonomy, control and spatiotemporal scaling in telework. In: Organization Studies, Vol. 36, no.11, p. 1507-1529 (November 2015)
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