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CHAPTER 3: WORK AND FAMILY I. Outline I. The Life-Cycle Perspective A. Individual Life Cycle B. The Career C. The Family Life Cycle D. Socialization and Work 1. Informal socialization 2. Formal socialization 3. Socialization in the Work Force II. The Working Years A. Entering the Labor Force 1. Dead-End jobs 2. Entry-Port jobs B. Occupational Mobility 1. Opportunity structure 2. Vertical mobility 3. Career shifts C. Retirement D. Alternate Cycles III. Integrating Work and Family Life A. Role conflict and role overload B. Work arrangements among couples C. The arrival of children D. Homemakers and home production as a career E. The Income squeeze F. The Impact of the family on work G. The "Empty Nest" IV. Proposals for Combining Family and Work A. Repackaging Jobs B. Family-Related Fringe Benefits V. Summary Key concepts (listed on p. 87) Life cycle Norms Role Individual life cycle Career Family life cycle Socialization Dead-end job
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Unformatted text preview: Fringe benefits Entry-port job Occupational mobility Role overload Role conflict Home production Income squeeze Flextime Block scheduling Work sharing Learning Objectives: 1. Students should be able to define the individual life cycle and the family life cycle, and show the points of intersection between them. 2. Students should be able to define and explain the significance of the career and occupational mobility. 3. Students should be able to explain the significance of socialization for workers and give examples of socialization agents. 4. Students should be able to identify three or more types of conflict between work and family life. 5. Students should be able to give examples of role conflict and role overload. 6. Students should be able to name and explain at least two proposed methods for combining family and work more smoothly....
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