Психология взаимоотношений

Психология взаимоотношений мужчины и женщины


ARLIE RUSSELL HOCHSCHILD

THE VIEW FROM 2000 AND BEYOND

As I reflect now on this essay written in 1973, I’m struck by what has changed—the increasing numbers of women in sociology and their INSIDE THE CLOCKWORK OF MALE CAREERS 253 impact—but also by what has not—the clockwork of male careers. When I was an assistant professor in 1971, at UC Berkeley, 12 percent of […]

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THE VIEW FROM 2000 AND BEYOND

As I reflect now on this essay written in 1973, I’m struck by what has changed—the increasing numbers of women in sociology and their INSIDE THE CLOCKWORK OF MALE CAREERS 253 impact—but also by what has not—the clockwork of male careers. When I was an assistant professor in 1971, at UC Berkeley, 12 percent of […]

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ТНБ WHOLE OF THE PROBLEM: THE PARTS OF A SOLUTION

The problem for American women of the 1970s was not so much going to work, since over 40 percent of women of working age were in the labor force already and nine out of ten women worked sometime in their lives. The problem is one of moving up, and that means moving into careers. More […]

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ТНБ WHOLE OF THE PROBLEM: THE PARTS OF A SOLUTION

The problem for American women of the 1970s was not so much going to work, since over 40 percent of women of working age were in the labor force already and nine out of ten women worked sometime in their lives. The problem is one of moving up, and that means moving into careers. More […]

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SITUATION AND CONSCIOUSNESS

It is for the minority of academic women with children that the contradic­tions exist in their full glory. My own solution may be uncommon, but not the general contours of my dilemma. When I first decided to have a child at the age of thirty-one, my thoughts turned to the practical arrangements whereby I could […]

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SITUATION AND CONSCIOUSNESS

It is for the minority of academic women with children that the contradic­tions exist in their full glory. My own solution may be uncommon, but not the general contours of my dilemma. When I first decided to have a child at the age of thirty-one, my thoughts turned to the practical arrangements whereby I could […]

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THE CAREER CULTURE AND THE FAMILY

The links between competition, career, reputation, and time consciousness extend to life that is at once outside the university but inside the career cul­ture: that is, to the family and to the faculty wife. The university has no for­mal administrative policy toward the families of its members. I have never heard of the university equivalent […]

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THE CAREER CULTURE AND THE FAMILY

The links between competition, career, reputation, and time consciousness extend to life that is at once outside the university but inside the career cul­ture: that is, to the family and to the faculty wife. The university has no for­mal administrative policy toward the families of its members. I have never heard of the university equivalent […]

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THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF CAREER TALK

The academic career creates a culture of its own and a special sense of self. This is especially true for the elite and aspirants to it, but it holds for the stragglers and misfits as well. The marketplace is somewhere “out there” in the great beyond of supply and demand; it insinuates itself into the […]

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THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF CAREER TALK

The academic career creates a culture of its own and a special sense of self. This is especially true for the elite and aspirants to it, but it holds for the stragglers and misfits as well. The marketplace is somewhere “out there” in the great beyond of supply and demand; it insinuates itself into the […]

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