Adolescent experiences and adult work outcomes by Henrich R. Greve

By Henrich R. Greve

This quantity of study within the Sociology of labor begins with a deceptively basic query of, "Do occasions and stories in the course of formative years impact the paintings results of people after they achieve adulthood?" whereas in the beginning look easy, the query has quite a lot of theoretical and functional implications, that are coated in a compelling set of contributions. the quantity includes new and exploratory research  Read more...

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With respect to Helping Hands’ aims for the career development of its volunteers, however, some professions were more highly valued than others. 4. ” 5. Our research design was not as comprehensive as subsequent studies of youth program outcomes, but points to a similar trend identified in many published works, namely mixed outcomes for future civic engagement. For examples of more comprehensive designs, see McAdam and Brandt (2009) and Dobbie, Roland, and Fryer (2011). 6. Research on the management of multiple identity organizations has mostly dwelt on the pressures that these identities impose on organizational leadership.

One needs to understand the orientations of each other in order to act in a shared manner. The hardest moment was the first week of our integration with all the other volunteers. It was not easy taming each other knowing that we were all so different. When joining Helping Hands I was expecting to find people like myself, with the same goal, when in fact we all were very different, with each one of us [carrying] desires of our own. In response to an open-ended survey question asking members to recount the best and worst moments during their volunteer period, the majority (65 percent) mentioned learning to get along with team members and to handle the diversity of the team.

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