soc 362 prelim 2 notes

soc 362 prelim 2 notes - soc 362 prelim 2 notes Week 6...

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soc 362 prelim 2 notes 31/10/2007 12:30:00 Week 6 Baron and bielbly – bringing the firm back in o Theory Dualism Labor market is made of 2 non-competing sectors: good  jobs and bad jobs Type of good jobs Core – high concentration of capitol, high wages,  better working conditiongs, stable employment,  benfits Primary – high wages, good wrking condigitions,  stability, job security, dur process Types of bad jobs Periphery, small industries, small profots, low  productiviy, low wages, high mobility, no benefits,  little political power Secondary – low wages, poor work conditions,  arbitrary decision Effects of dualism Opportunity structure Aspirations Work behavior o Critique of dualism Baron and bielby Level of analysis problem o Occupation – activity in labor market
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o Job – activity in firm Variation across firms, even in the same industry o Promotion structure at a chemical plant in  California Actions are at firm level Questions How is level of analysis a critic of dualism? Dualism is that economy is comprised of 2  sectors? Are they argueing that these two  sectors don’t exist or they are split up  differently? How structures within workplace affect individuals attainment on the job 
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2007 for the course SOC 3620 taught by Professor Hirsh during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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