New Technology, Work and Employment
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Debra Howcroft and Philip Taylor
Impact Factor: 1.281
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 7/16 (Ergonomics); 97/192 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1468-005X
Scope of the journal
The new technologies of one decade increasingly become commonplace by the next, so that technology is best understood as a process that continually throws up challenges in the workplace to both management and employees. It informs and is informed by organisational structure, job design, changing markets and competitive environments. New Technology Work and Employment presents analysis of the changing contours of technological and organisational systems and processes, to encourage an enhanced understanding of the many dimensions of technological change in the workplace. The journal welcomes comparative and international perspectives and aims to be eclectic and multi-disciplinary, inviting contributions from all the disciplines within social science and management. Its aim is to promote understanding by conceptual debate in the context of the research and analysis of current practice.
Themes that have been examined in recent issues have included: skill, autonomy and control at work; technology and gender; technology and quality initiatives; the technological component of new management initiatives; the future of work; teleworking; collective and individual form of employee resistance; employee health and safety; and technology and knowledge work.
Controversy and debate are encouraged but articles should be so written that they are intelligible to non-specialists as well as specialists.
Submission of Articles
New Technology, Work and Employment has now adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts, for online manuscript submission and peer review. The new system brings with it a whole host of benefits including:
• Quick and easy submission
• Administration centralised and reduced
• Significant decrease in peer review times
From now on all submissions to the journal must be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ntwe. Full instructions and support are available on the site and a user ID and password can be obtained on the first visit. If you require assistance then click the Get Help Now link which appears at the top right of every ScholarOne Manuscripts page.
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Citations should be given in the text in a ‘Harvard’ style such as: (Sels and Huys, 1999). A full list of references cited should be given at the back of the article in alpha order. Examples:
Besser, T. (1996), Team Toyota; Transplanting the Toyota Culture to the Camry Plant in Kentucky, Albany: State University of New York Press.
Kieser, A. (1993), `Die 'Zweite Revolution in der Autoindustrie' – Eine Vergleichende Analyse und ihre Schwaechen', in F. Meyer-Krahmer (ed), Innovations Oekonomie und Technologiepolitik. Forschungsansaetze und politische Konsequenzen, 103-34, Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.
Sels, L. and R. Huys (1999), 'Towards a flexible future? The nature of organisational response in the clothing industry', New Technology, Work and Employment, 14, 2, 113-28.
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