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Crowdwork, digital liminality and the enactment of culturally recognised alternatives to Western precarity: insights from crowdworkers in Nigeria

Research on crowdwork in developing countries considers it precarious. This reproduces its Western conceptualisation assuming that crowdworkers in developing countries imitate their Western counterparts, without close examination of their experiences and responses to work conditions. This study breaks this epistemological terra nullius to pursue an in-depth examination of workers’ [...]

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