By Henrich R. Greve
This quantity of analysis within the Sociology of labor starts off with a deceptively basic query of, "Do occasions and reports in the course of youth impact the paintings results of people after they achieve adulthood?" whereas first and foremost look easy, the query has quite a lot of theoretical and useful implications, that are coated in a compelling set of contributions. the amount includes new and exploratory research regarding this basic query and highlights the possibilities for additional learn at the topic. Read more...
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Staff member) Young Helping Hands volunteers participate in all sorts of projects … working with immigrants or planning events in old-age homes. Elsewhere, they will engage in afterschool tutoring or work at soup kitchens. This is, insists one of the co-founders of Helping Hands, not a welfare-to-work path, even though some might get a useful professional experience out of it, nor a job program, even though some jobs do come about. The idea is to give a year of one’s life to the community. (A major European newspaper, January 1999, citing one of the founders) Founders and staff members were acutely aware of the conflicts presented by its dual identity.
Research on the management of multiple identity organizations has mostly dwelt on the pressures that these identities impose on organizational leadership. And because the policies, practices and cues that signify for members what kind of organization “we” are typically flow from managers and leaders, researchers tend to direct their attention to this level of the organization to understand identity. For instance, over three-quarters of the interview sample that Corley and Gioia (2004) used to study organizational identity change consisted of managers and their superiors.
If so, youth service programs might be exactly what society wants for its youth: namely, to learn to interact with different kinds of people. However, these interactions also might carry costs and dampen participants’ future desire to engage in civic activities in which they serve others through their work and lives. Overall, these costs might be ones that we are willing to incur. But these costs are unlikely to go away. A core feature of youth service programs, namely their dual identity, is central to creating this tension.
Adolescent experiences and adult work outcomes by Henrich R. Greve