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Paper+5 - commercial endeavor How then could Twenge's ideas...

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Expository Writing: 355:101 BZ Instructor: Matthew Sherrill Paper #5 Length: 5 pages First Draft Due: Monday, November 16 th , 2009 Final Draft Due: Monday, November 30 th , 2009 Readings: Jean Twenge – “An Army of One: Me” William Greider – “Work Rules” William Greider proposes the idea of self-ownership as a way for the modern American worker to avoid what Greider calls the “master-servant”(253) relationship between employers and employees. According to Greider, a system in which “labor hires capital”(266) would liberate workers psychologically, promote a sense of responsibility and accountability and foster trust between employees collectively embarking on a
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Unformatted text preview: commercial endeavor. How, then, could Twenge's ideas concerning self-esteem be seen as exacerbating or providing a corrective to the sorts of relationships that many employers experience with their employees? Would self-esteem be harmful or helpful to Greider's cause? Is self-esteem conducive to a system of self-ownership? Formatting: Typed, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, 1” margins, name and date in upper-left corner, stapled in upper-left corner / page numbers in bottom-right corner, title centered at top of page one...
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