Laziness does not exist : a defense of the exhausted, exploited, and overworked
A social psychologist uncovers the psychological basis of the "laziness lie," which originated with the Puritans and has ultimately created blurred boundaries between work and life with modern technologies and offers advice for not succumbing to societal pressure to "do more."
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|Lyons Public Library||158.1 PRI (Text)
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