Work, aging, and social change: professionals and the one life-one career imperative

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Free Press, 1977 - Business & Economics - 298 pages
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Considers "how people's expectations from higher education have changed as a result of World War II and how these expectations, reflecting a reordering of values, have had pervasive consequences for the experience of work and the sense of the passage of time, one of the core ingredients of the sense of aging"--Preface.

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Great Expectations and the Experience
World War II and Its Immediate

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About the author (1977)

SEYMOUR B. SARASON is professor emeritus of psychology in the Department of Psychology and at the Institute for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Case for Change (Jossey-Bass, 1993), The Predictable Failure of Educational Reform (Jossey-Bass, 1990), Schooling in America: Scapegoat and Salvation (1983), and The Culture of the School and the Problem of Change (2nd ed., 1982).