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Working after hours, sharing availability expectations, and interrupting yourself: Extending perspectives on ICT-related concepts in research
This dissertation investigates Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and their role for recovery, well-being, and performance at work. The three empirical studies compiled in this dissertation investigate the influence of ICT work-related use at work and at home, as well as supervisors’ expectations regarding extended availability. The three main goals of the dissertation were to explore alternative ways of understanding ICT-related concepts, to identify additional factors that change their impact and the ...