5 - Work,Society,andtheQualityof Life...

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Charles Heckscher Sue Schurman Fall, 2010 Work, Society, and the Quality of  Life Class 5: class, status, & power
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The quiz Scientific Management Autonomy Commitment organization Autonomous teams Bureaucracy Matrix organization 2 Maslow’s hierarchy of  needs Theory X and Theory Y The psychological  contract Discretionary work Trust
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Where we are Working New forms of management Class, status, and power Unions and social movements
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Class and status
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Inequality and mobility
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The “American Dilemma” (Gunnar  Myrdal)   Political and social interaction in the US is shaped by  the “American Creed”: Ideals of equality, liberty, justice and fair treatment for  all people. On one horn of the dilemma, these  ideals  are the glue  that holds the “melting pot” together.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course WORK 383 taught by Professor Shurman during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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5 - Work,Society,andtheQualityof Life...

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