What is a society? Society is a cluster, or system, of institutionalized modes of conduct Institutionalized forms of conduct-modes of belief and behavior that occur and recur across space and time Used to solve problems, transmit our
Katherine Goldstein SOCL 2411 Professor John Beggs Assignment #1 Industry: State and Local Government, Except Education and Health Care Significant Points Local governments employ more than twice as many workers as State governments. Professional and serv
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 Work
CHAPTER 2: STUDYING THE WORLD OF WORK
I. Outline I. Techniques of Analysis A. Ethnographies B. Case Studies C. Sample Surveys II. Units of Analysis A. The Worker and the Labor Force B. Industry C. Occupation D. Other Units of Analysis III. Problems in Stu
CHAPTER 1: THE EVOLUTION OF WORK
I. Outline I. Changes in the World of Work A. The Social Organization of Work 1. The Division of Labor 2. Technology 3. Women, Minorities, and Immigrants 4. Bureaucracy 5. The Professions 6. Meaning and Dignity in Work 7.