Adding precarity

At the conference of the Care Ethics Reserach Consortium (Portland, September 2018), Brunella Casalini, Associate Professor at the University of Florence, presented a paper: Care of the self and subjectivity in precarious neolilberal societies. In this paper she explores the impact of uncaring public management rules in neoliberal society. Burnout, depression, but also cynicism are signs how precarity is added to caring work. Care ethicists therefore need to revisit the issue of care of the self and care of others.
You can read the article here.
(Reading time 20 mins.)

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