Textbook Notes for SOC227H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMSOC227H5John Kervin

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: New Economy, Wage Labour, Maquiladora

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7 May 2018
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Chapter 1 historical perspectives on work (1700-1950s: 100 years ago working in canada: Stable value of money despite huge changes in other economic an
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Protestant Work Ethic, Job Satisfaction, Voluntary Sector

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24 Nov 2015
26
Orientation: central organizing principle which underlies people"s attempts to make sense of their lives. Particular work values have often been promot
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Socioeconomic Status, Sick Leave, Unemployment Benefits

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24 Nov 2015
20
Criteria for deciding good or bad x universal: preferences, and ambitions. Compare the rewards a job provides against their own needs, Quality and quan
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Job Satisfaction, Absenteeism, Nonunion

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24 Nov 2015
32
All indicate considerably more dissatisfaction with working conditions than do attitude surveys. Structural: motivations and work orientations, charact
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Fordism, Scientific Management, Theory X And Theory Y

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24 Nov 2015
28
With hierarchical dol employers can gain employee commitment by offering the prospect of career advancement. Emphasize precision, speed, clarity, relia
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Flattening, Quality Circle, Job Enrichment

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24 Nov 2015
25
Decentralization of authority: proponent of adhocracy, performed by multidisciplinary teams, matrix structure: enables experts to move , functional uni
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Labour Force Survey, Labour Candidates And Parties In Canada, Cultural Diversity

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24 Nov 2015
20
Canadian census: canadian labour market, historical change. Labour force survey: collect only work-related information, always updated in more detail,
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UTMSOC227H5John KFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Reinhard Bendix, Human Relations Movement, Production Quota

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17 Nov 2014
54
19th century: questions about how best to integrate and coordinate activities of large numbers of workers w/n a single enterprise gave rise to organiza
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Human Capital, Status Attainment, Social Capital

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24 Nov 2015
21
Arena in which employers seek to purchase labour from potential employees who are seeking jobs suitable to their education, experience, and preferences
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Union Democracy, Collective Agreement, Collegehumor

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24 Nov 2015
27
System of job regulation core of worker-management relations (mainstream) Rules and regulations are assumed to inject stability into employment relatio
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Harry Braverman

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24 Nov 2015
17
Core themes: process: power relationships in the workplace, attempts by owners and managers to control the labour, resistance to these attempts by work
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UTMSOC227H5John KervinFall

SOC227H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Industrial Society, Industrial Revolution, Feudalism

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24 Nov 2015
38
Note#1: historical perspective on work (1700 1950s) Industrialization: technical aspects of the accumulation and processing of society"s resources. Ind
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