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Men in Mid-Career: A study of British managers and technical specialists (Cambridge Studies in Sociology) ePub download

by Cyril Sofer

  • Author: Cyril Sofer
  • ISBN: 0521096065
  • ISBN13: 978-0521096065
  • ePub: 1910 kb | FB2: 1262 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 2, 1970)
  • Pages: 400
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Men in Mid-Career: A study of British managers and technical specialists (Cambridge Studies in Sociology) ePub download

27; Sofer, Cyril, Men in Mid-career: A Study of British Managers and Technical Specialists (Cambridge, 1970).

27; Sofer, Cyril, Men in Mid-career: A Study of British Managers and Technical Specialists (Cambridge, 1970). 32 For contemporary studies, see Mills, C. Wright, White Collar: The American Middle Classes (New York, 1951); Whyte, W. The Organization Man (New York, 1956).

Originally published in 1970, Men in Mid-Career deals with the problems of men aged 35-40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career and may now be. .

Originally published in 1970, Men in Mid-Career deals with the problems of men aged 35-40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career and may now be at a turning-point. It is at this stage that they come to realise the implications of the commitments they have made during the last 15-20 years. By this time, their personal reputations rest mainly with one employing organisation and it is difficult for them to leave unless they take a bold step involving great risks and far-reaching implications for their families, homes and types of life.

Men in Mid-Career book. Paperback, 400 pages. Published February 5th 1970 by Cambridge University Press. Originally published in 1970, Men in Mid-Career deals with the problems.

A study of the problems men aged 35-40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career & may now be at a turning . Bibliographic Details. Title: Men In Mid-Career: A Study of British. Publisher: Cambridge U. Press, Cambridge, England. Publication Date: 1970.

A study of the problems men aged 35-40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career & may now be at a turning point. Business, Management. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included.

Originally published in 1970, Men in Mid-Career deals with the problems of men aged 35 40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career and may now be at a turning-point. It is at this stage that they come to realise the implications of the commitments they have made during the last 15 20 years.

Sofer, Men in Mid-Career: A Study of British Managers and Technical Specialists (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970). Springer Studies in Work and Industry. 37. David L. Featherman, A Social Structural Model for the Socioeconomic Career, American Journal of Sociology 77 (1971): 293–304CrossRefGoogle Scholar. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Men in Mid-Career: A Study of British Managers and Technical Specialists. Technology or product developers, R&D specialists, and government or NGO employees in scientific roles.

Professor Orpen is the author of numerous articles in professional j oumals, as well as of five books, including Principles of Personnel Psychology, Behaviour in Work Organizations, and Ideology in Personnel Management

Estimated H-index: 3. Request Full-text. Professor Orpen is the author of numerous articles in professional j oumals, as well as of five books, including Principles of Personnel Psychology, Behaviour in Work Organizations, and Ideology in Personnel Management more.

Men in Mid-Career: A Study of British Managers and Technical Specialists. Studies in the Theory of Ideology. TAGS Sociology, managerial work, HUGH WILLMOTT. Cambridge University Press. STANV^ORTH, P. and Giddens, A. (1974). Elites and Power in British Society. Managerial Prerogative and the Question of Control. TINKER, A. M. (1984). TERM Spring '17.

Originally published in 1970, Men in Mid-Career deals with the problems of men aged 35-40 who have invested half a work-life in one type of career and may now be at a turning-point. It is at this stage that they come to realise the implications of the commitments they have made during the last 15-20 years. By this time, their personal reputations rest mainly with one employing organisation and it is difficult for them to leave unless they take a bold step involving great risks and far-reaching implications for their families, homes and types of life. The author provides a comprehensive review of the literature on the subject that was emanating from the UK and US, and goes on to report on a detailed study of representative samples of managers and technical specialists in two large UK firms. The book juxtaposes the viewpoints of senior management and the man whose career is simultaneously a building block in a task-centred system and the repository of his identity.
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