5 edition of Globalization, Uncertainty And Men"s Careers found in the catalog.
August 6, 2006
by Edward Elgar Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Hans-Peter Blossfeld (Editor), Melinda Mills (Editor), Fabrizio Bernardi (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||507|
Consumer behavior is becoming increasingly heterogeneous due to the changing culture patterns and effects of globalization. This phenomenon increases the importance of focusing on the social dimension of sustainability in a consumer market. This research contributes to the body of knowledge by emphasizing the consequences of individual cultural values and individual materialistic values in the. This balanced and innovative collection uses different methodologies to approach the common theme of a region transformed in recent years by neoliberalism. Most of the contributors suggest that Latin America is experiencing rapid and unexpected change: its future looks much different than Price: $
Globalization: Prospects and Problems, by Jo Ann Chirico, provides a comprehensive and enlightening overview of globalization issues and topics. Emphasizing the theory and methods that social scientists employ to study globalization, the text reveals how macro globalization processes impact individual lives—from the spread of scientific Price: $ Globalization, uncertainty and youth in society. London: Routledge; pp. 1– Mills M, Blossfeld H-P, Klijzing E. Becoming and adult in uncertain times: A country comparison of the losers of globalization. In: Blossfeld H-P, Klijzing E, Mills M, Kurz K, editors. Globalization, uncertainty and .
Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Careers: An International Comparison Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Melinda Mills, and Fabrizio Bernardi. b. Globalization, Uncertainty, and Men’s Careers: An International Comparison Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Erik Klijzing, Melinda Mills, and Karin Kurz. Globalization, Uncertainty and Youth in Society. This contribution addresses the phenomenon of globalization in its impact on the nature of work. Starting from an analysis and characterization of the general understanding of globalization, the contribution will attempt to identify those factors of globalization processes which appear to affect most strongly the work of different employment categories (e.g. management, production workers.
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Globalization, argue the contributors to this book, has remarkably accelerated social and economic change in modern societies. One such change is manifested in the world of work and careers.
This book explores whether the forces of globalization affect the erosion of standard career patterns of mid-career men in twelve OECD countries. Globalization, Uncertainty and Men's Careers. Using empirical evidence to demonstrate how different policy approaches impact the employment careers of individuals, this book will be invaluable.
Get this from a library. Globalization, uncertainty, and men's careers: an international comparison. [Hans-Peter Blossfeld; Melinda Mills; Fabrizio Bernardi;] -- "Using empirical evidence to demonstrate how different policy approaches impact on the employment careers of individuals, this book will be invaluable to academics, students, researchers.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Men's Careers. Globalization has been strongly shaping and transforming both national economies and individual careers in recent decades.
These profound changes have had significant consequences for Globalization careers of men and women both during and after their employment by: Mills, MC & Blossfeld, HPGlobalization, patchwork careers and the individualization of inequality.
A country comparison of men's mid-career job mobility. in H-P Blossfeld, M Mills & F Bernardi (eds), Globalization, uncertainty and men's careers: An international comparison. Edward Elgar Press, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, USA, pp.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Careers assesses the effects of globalization on the life courses of women in thirteen countries across Europe and America in the second half of the 20th century. Examining how youths in fourteen industrialized societies make the transition to adulthood in an era of globalization and rising uncertainty, this collection of essays investigates the impact that institutions working with social groups of youths have upon those youths' abilities to make adult decisions determining their life courses.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Women's MidCareer Life Courses: A Theoretical Framework1 labor markets in shaping available employment careers of mid-career men, structure of this book.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Careers assesses the effects of globalization on the life courses of women in thirteen countries across Europe and America in the second half of the 20th century. endogenous shifts. From the available literature and an overview of legislative changes, I establish how women (and men) have fared.
That view of career development is significantly less likely to occur in a rapidly changing global economy. New Conceptions of Careers. In essence, the rapidity and intensity of change in the language and organization of work reflected in emerging career paths suggest new realities in the relationships between globalization and careers.
Increasing uncertainty about economic and social developments is a definitive feature of globalization in advanced economies. However, increasing uncertainty does not impact all regions, states, organizations or individuals in the same way.
There are institutional settings and social structures, historically grown and country-specific, that determine the degree to which people are affected by.
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Globalization has been strongly shaping and transforming both national economies and individual careers in recent decades. These profound changes have had significant consequences for.
Luijkx, R, Kalmijn, M and Muffels, RJA‘The impact of globalization on job and career mobility of Dutch men: Life-history data from the mids to the year ’, in H-P Blossfeld, M Mills and F Bernardi (eds), Globalization, Uncertainty and Men’s Careers: An International Comparison, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA.
Examining how youths in fourteen industrialized societies make the transition to adulthood in an era of globalization and rising uncertainty, this collection of essays investigates the impact that institutions working with social groups of youths have upon those youths' abilities to make adult decisions determining their life courses.
Covering both Europe and North America, the book includes. Despite acknowledged uncertainty around geopolitical, macroeconomic and political outcomes, in a survey of business leaders, business confidence appeared to soar.
Men's late careers and career exits in West Germany / Sandra Buchholz Labor market exits of older men in the Netherlands: an analysis of survey data / Kene Henkens and Matthijs Kalmijn Men's late careers and career exits in Italy / Wiebke Beckstette, Mario Lucchini and Antonio Schizzerotto Men's late careers and career.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Late Careers in Society (Routledge Advances in Sociology) (1st Edition) by Hans-Peter Blossfeld (Editor), Sandra Buchholz (Editor), Dirk Hofäcker (Editor), Editor-Dirk Hofã¤Cker Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Globalization has been strongly shaping and transforming both.
Globalization, Uncertainty and Late Careers in Society (Routledge Advances in Sociology) (1st Edition) by Sandra Buchholz (Editor), Hans-Peter Blossfeld (Editor), Dirk Hofäcker (Editor), Dirk Hofacker, Blossfeld/Buchh Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / ISBN For more than 25 years, Project Syndicate has been guided by a simple credo: All people deserve access to a broad range of views by the world's foremost leaders and thinkers on the issues, events, and forces shaping their lives.
At a time of unprecedented uncertainty, that mission is more important than ever – and we remain committed to fulfilling it. Many factors threaten job security: globalization, outsourcing, downsizing, recession, and new technology, to name a few.
Increasingly, we live in a " gig economy " in which people are accustomed to working two or more jobs at the same time, or sharing their expertise with a range of organizations.
According to Princeton scholar Henry Farber, men currently in the age range of 35 to 64 are almost 20 percentage points less likely to be in ten-year jobs as. Gender differences exist in society because of the prevailing societal and cultural norms about how women and men are perceived (Acker, ).
For example, gendered differences in employment and production will be subject to cultural bias or cultural frames that are deep-seated in society (Ridgeway, ).