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Labour and Passion.

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Labour and Passion.

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Abstract
In this introduction to the themed section on ‘Labour and passion’, it is argued
that work has bled into all areas of life. Political economists and media production
researchers have shown how both paid and unpaid labour are singularly important
and build upon one another. The set of articles presented here is the precursor to a
general issue on Media and Passion (to be published later). It is the result of the same
invitation. The articles can be seen to show how neo-liberalism may have convinced
us that work is the ultimate definer of individual identity but that this invitation is
meaningless without the energy of passion, emotion and affect. The articles in the
themed section address creative work generally, song-writing and self-help guides
for those seeking work. The link between cultural studies and political economy
is re-established. Wrestling last but not least proves the ultimate example that
paid labour and free labour can both be a labour of love. Without the passionate
involvement of sportsmen, organizers and audience members, it would not exist.

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OrganisatieHogeschool Inholland
Opleiding
InstituutDomein Creative Business
LectoraatMedia Cultuur & Burgerschap
Gepubliceerd inEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. online first
Jaar2014
TypeArtikel
TaalOnbekend

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