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Chapter 7 / Exercise 5
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©2019 NITTANY NOTES ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ANY ATTEMPT TO REPRODUCE THESE NOTES IS PUNISHABLE BY LAWNittany NotesCheck outnittanynotes.com for Online notes!| 814-238-0623 Tutoring by Tutor Doctor,now available for selected courses! LER 100.1Exam Pack #1 1 OF 29 GOUGH ANNOUNCEMENTS:There is no textbook required for this class. Assignment 1 is due next Thursday (1/17). ERRATA:None NOTES BEGIN: 1-8-19 –Went over syllabus and introduction to class. I.WORKA.How Much Do You Work?1.The only thing you might do more than work is sleep: a.45 hrs a week x 48 weeks a year (4 weeks of vacation) = 2160 hrs a year x 45 years until retirement = 97,200 hrs of work (approximately 100,000 hrs) B.What is Employment Relations?
i.A derivative of democracy1-10-19 – I.WORK CONT. A.What is Work?
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Chapter 7 / Exercise 5
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©2019 NITTANY NOTES ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ANY ATTEMPT TO REPRODUCE THESE NOTES IS PUNISHABLE BY LAWNittany NotesCheck outnittanynotes.com for Online notes!| 814-238-0623 Tutoring by Tutor Doctor,now available for selected courses! LER 100.1Exam Pack #1 2 OF 29 GOUGH 3.Based on the definition above which of the following is work? a.Stay at home wife/husband/partner – worki.Physical and mental exertion ii.Not just for pleasure – it’s really hard work iii.Cooking, cleaning, babysitting – holds economic value b.Dr. Gough playing basketball – not worki.Physical exertion ii.Probably just for pleasure iii.Not producing economic or symbolic value c.Trace McSorley playing football – worki.Physical exertion ii.Not just for pleasure iii.Producing economic and symbolic value for the school d.Dr. Gough teaching LER – worki.Mental exertion ii.Not just for pleasure – he likes it but it’s hard work iii.Producing economic value to make a living e.Donald Trump trying to get Mexico to pay for the wall – worki.Mental exertion ii.Not necessarily just for pleasure (unclear line) iii.Holds some economic value and a lot of symbolic value for both sides 4.Work as a job a.Focus on survival: money, benefits, and pay b.“Work is a necessary evil to be avoided” -Twain

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