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Demand for flexibility or generation of insecurity? The individualization of risk, irregular work shifts and Canadian youth
Journal of Youth Studies
The individualization of risk is alleged to have generated a rise in flexible and insecure forms of non-standard employment, which in turn create 'new inequalities and insecurities' that permeate all social groups. Using longitudinal data from the Canadian Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (1993-98), this study empirically assesses this claim by examining the levels of insecurity, composition and voluntary nature of jobs with irregular work times. The institutional structures of thedoi:10.1080/1367626042000238677 fatcat:c5djyygp2bd27g4ze3hfolds5i