Looking at the Spread of Precarious Employment Researches: A Literature Review

Authors

  • Joko Hadi Purnomo Institut Agama Islam Al Fatimah Bojonegoro
  • Niswatin Nurul Hidayati Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Tuban

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35719/fenomena.v23i1.156

Keywords:

Literature Review, Precarious Employment, VOS Viewer

Abstract

The globalization of economies has given rise to dynamic shifts like employment, with precarious work becoming a predominant feature across various industries. This research article investigates the landscape of precarious employment studies, employing the innovative VOS Viewer for a comprehensive literature review. The study aims to map the intricate network of research articles, identifying key themes, prolific authors, and emerging trends in the discourse surrounding precarious employment. By harnessing the power of data visualization, this research sheds light on the interconnectedness of scholarly works, offering valuable insights into the evolution and diffusion of knowledge in the field. Review of literature utilizing software tools like VOS Viewer can aid researchers in delineating current global research trends and pinpointing existing gaps in studies. Moreover, concerning precarious employment research, the keyword “precarious employment” is intricately connected to terms like Covid-19, climate change, gender, poverty, and mental health. The prominence of these keywords in visualizations suggests a significant volume of research exploring their correlations with precarious employment. Consequently, there is room for in-depth exploration in areas beyond these subjects. Shifting the focus to the Indonesian scenario, precarious employment research is linked to keywords such as commodification, COVID-19, and community resilience. This implies the existence of multiple research gaps in the Indonesian context, offering opportunities for further investigation by researchers interested in delving into precarious employment in Indonesia.

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2024-06-01

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Purnomo, Joko Hadi, and Niswatin Nurul Hidayati. 2024. “Looking at the Spread of Precarious Employment Researches: A Literature Review ”. Fenomena 23 (1):15-32. https://doi.org/10.35719/fenomena.v23i1.156.