Reflections on Secretarial Work and Issues for Further Studies: A Conceptual Contribution

Débora Carneiro Zuin, Patricia Findlay

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Este estudo traz uma reflexão acerca de questões relacionadas ao trabalho secretarial. O objetivo deste artigo é gerar reflexões e levantar perguntas para encorajar mais pesquisas na área. O artigo apresenta uma revisão bibliográfica sobre o contexto do trabalho secretarial tais como tecnologia e gênero. O contexto do trabalho secretarial apresenta um desafio para a divisão do trabalho de secretários e o contexto também mostra que esta ainda é uma ocupação segregada. O artigo também apresenta algumas reflexões sobre as definições de trabalho secretarial e papel secretarial fundamentando o assunto com teorias sobre identidade. Na conclusão, o estudo apresenta alguns tópicos para pesquisas futuras no campo do trabalho secretarial.

DOI: 10.7769/gesec.v5i3.331


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Trabalho secretarial. Contexto do trabalho. Estudos futuros.

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