The reason you answer work email on the weekend is actually 500 years old
Stephanie Buck

Well said. In Ecopsychology, we learn how industry and corporatism negates our natural flow of work and connection to the greater community, and thus to the entire biosphere. The gig economy, like other industrial exploitation before it, uses this need to belong. A domination model is now avoided in PC talk, but the underlying press of exploitation (with better marketing), still is there, and is still seeking every exploitative advantage.