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CDFS210_Spring2012_C - WorkandLeisure Chapter12:Occupationaland middleadulthood Investigative,Social,realistic,artistic,conventional,and

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Chapter 12: Occupational and  lifestyle issues in young and  middle adulthood Work and Leisure
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Occupational Selection and Development What is the meaning of work? Holland’s theory revisited Investigative,  Social, realistic, artistic, conventional, and  enterprising How does one’s level of cognitive development relate to one’s  chilce of occupation? Super’s Theory Crystallization (use emerging identities to form ideas) Specialization (learn more about work) Implementation (enter the workforce)
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Occupational Selection and Development Job Satisfaction Positive feelings resulting from one’s work Alienation Work feels meaningless, they see no connection between their  own work and final product Burnout Loss of energy/motivation, feelings of exploitation Defenses against burnout Stress-reduction, lowering others’ expectations, cognitive  restructuring of work situation, finding alternative ways to  promote identity
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course NUR 214 taught by Professor Criswell during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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CDFS210_Spring2012_C - WorkandLeisure Chapter12:Occupationaland middleadulthood Investigative,Social,realistic,artistic,conventional,and

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