Dr. Daniel Glenday - Research

Faculty of Social Sciences - Department of Sociology




Dr. Daniel Glenday - Research

Publications

Refereed Articles (Selected)

2013. "Professional wrestling as culturally embedded spectacles in five core countries: the USA, Canada, Great
Britain, Mexico and Japan," Revue de recherche en civilisation américaine, Volume 4, pp.1-12. 
 

Glenday, Daniel. 2011. 'Power, compliance, resistance and creativity: Power and the differential experience of loose time in large organizations', New Technology, Work and Employment, Volume 26(1), pp. 29-38.

“Seniors in the Part-Time Labour Force: Issues of Choice and Power”. 1998. with Ann Duffy and Norene Pupo, International Journal of Canadian Studies, Volume 18, Fall, pp. 133-152.

"Even a Woman Can Do This Job Now": Reflections on Technological Change and Male Subcultures in the Modern Factory". 1998. Journal of Men's Studies, Volume 6(3), Spring, pp.331-52.
 

"New Technology and the New Man: A Comparison of Old and New Paper Mills. 1997. New Technology, Work and Employment, Vol. 12 (1), March, pp. 48-60.            

"What Has Work Done to the Working Class? A Comparison of Workers and Production Technologies". 1995. British Journal of Sociology  September, 1995:  475-494.

Chapters in Books
“Rich but Losing Ground: How Canada’s Position in the World Economy Impacts Jobs, Social Choices and Life Chances”. 2010 in Norene Pupo, Dan Glenday and Ann Duffy (eds.) The Shifting Landscape of Work: Surviving and Prospering in the ‘New’ Economy, Toronto: Nelson, in print.

“Power and Loose Time: Resistance, compliance and the potential for creativity in large organizations”. 2010 in Norene Pupo, Dan Glenday and Ann Duffy (eds.) The Shifting Landscape of Work: Surviving and Prospering in the ‘New’ Economy, Toronto: Nelson, in print.

“Off the Ropes: Trade Unions in the Next Millennium”. 2001 in Dan Glenday and Ann Duffy (eds.) Canadian Society: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century, Toronto: Oxford University Press. pp. 3-37.

The shifting landscape of work