So far, food-delivery riders have been addressed in reference to broad socio-economic processes related to the diffusion of digital labour platforms. Adopting a dispositional approach (Wacquant, 2015), this paper frames the food-delivery work as a specific and open-ended occupation. We try to shed light on the dynamics of differentiation and positioning within this occupational space, thus recomposing its heterogeneity. The article is based on a mixed-methods research carried out in Milan in 2020, centred on a sevent months "observant participation", during which the re-searcher worked as a rider.

Bonifacio, F., De Benedittis, M., Riding different. Una topologia sociale dei rider del food delivery, <<SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO>>, 2022; (163): 149-170. [doi:10.3280/SL2022-163008] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/219125]

Riding different. Una topologia sociale dei rider del food delivery

Bonifacio, Francesco
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de Benedittis, Mario
2022

Abstract

So far, food-delivery riders have been addressed in reference to broad socio-economic processes related to the diffusion of digital labour platforms. Adopting a dispositional approach (Wacquant, 2015), this paper frames the food-delivery work as a specific and open-ended occupation. We try to shed light on the dynamics of differentiation and positioning within this occupational space, thus recomposing its heterogeneity. The article is based on a mixed-methods research carried out in Milan in 2020, centred on a sevent months "observant participation", during which the re-searcher worked as a rider.
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Bonifacio, F., De Benedittis, M., Riding different. Una topologia sociale dei rider del food delivery, <<SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO>>, 2022; (163): 149-170. [doi:10.3280/SL2022-163008] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/219125]
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