In the forthcoming issue of Science & Society it is included a paper by Alexis Ioannides and Stavros Mavroudeas commenting on a recent contribution by Hernandez and Deytha.
The full reference of the paper is:
Ioannides A. & Mavroudeas S. (2021), ‘Work Intensity and Value Formation: Comments on Hernández and Deytha’, Science & Society Vol. 85, No. 1
The link for the Science & Society issue is the following:
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