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Module 2539 Social Inequality 2 Contemporary workplace inequalities Kirby et al (“Sociology in Perspective”) p. 721 -726 2. Gershuny and Pahl talk about “three economies” when referring to the different social relationships involved in work. Define and give an example of the following (3) Formal Economy Informal economy Hidden Economy Synoptic www.sociology.org.uk 1. Identify and give examples of four different meanings of “work” (2) a. b. c. d.
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Module 2539 Social Inequality 2 3. Why might defining “work” in terms of effort be more valid than defining it in terms
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Unformatted text preview: of money (2) 6. Briefly explain why “housework” is not, in our society, usually defined as work (3) 7. What does the phrase “the total social organisation of work” mean (1) 8. Identify two UK measures of employment and explain how they differ (3) 1. 2. 9. Evaluate Dahrendorf’s argument that full-time permanent work is in decline (4) Synoptic www.sociology.org.uk 4. Define the concept of “leisure” (1) 5. Give 2 examples of leisure to show how it is different from work (1)...
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