Men and Their Work

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Occupations - 184 pages
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The author emphasizes his conviction that a man's work is a clue to the course of his life, to his social being and identity; that his work influences his social outlooks and attitudes. These thirteen papers are concerned with the social/psychological rather than the organizational aspects of work, with the professional and would-be professional rather than the industrial and bureaucratic occupations. They discuss the ideas which grew out of Professor Hughes' studies on the organization of work and the nature of work experience.

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE Preface
7
Cycles Turning Points and Careers
11
Personality Types and the Division of Labor
23
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