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|Title:||Rights perceived and practiced results of a survey carried out in Portugal as part of the project “Domestic Work and Domestic Workers Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives"|
|Series/Report no.:||Working Paper|
|Abstract:||The Project will provide an interdisciplinary and comparative analysis of the phenomenon of domestic work, including some new empirical research. It mainly concerns the nature of the legal regulation of domestic work and domestic workers, contextualized by socio-legal and socio-economic analysis. Its focus is on law and society, including the impact of changes in the law on society, and will encompass both issues arising from domestic work and issues concerning domestic workers. The Project is focused on Portugal, where there has been no study of the legal implications of the nature of domestic work and the employment relationship, the identity of the workers, or the wider impact of the commodification of such domestic work. It will also consider, in a comparison, the United Kingdom, Brazil, India and Mozambique.|
|Appears in Collections:||DINÂMIA'CET-WP - Working papers com arbitragem científica|
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