Salts, Soil-colloids, and Soils (1915)(en)(6s) by Sharp L. T.

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Each of the three basic categories of telework is related to a basic life form in modern society. This implies that one type of telework is related to one social category, while others appeal more to other social roles and positions. However, we have seen again and again that telework has been identified with only one of the above sub-categories, thus narrowing the scope, and we have seen that one social group has unconsciously used their own implicit definition of telework, thus subsuming others under their specific favourite type of telework, and under their (but not necessarily others’) most appropriate organisation of telework.

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