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Chapter 12: Work and Leisure

by: Siân L'Roy

Chapter 12: Work and Leisure Psych 2314

Siân L'Roy


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This chapter explains the relationship between mentors and proteges. Also explains sex discrimination in the work place, and how different cultures divide household chores between the sexes.
Developmental Psychology
Dr. Vince Limbo
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Siân L'Roy on Thursday August 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Psych 2314 at Tarrant County College District taught by Dr. Vince Limbo in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Developmental Psychology in Psychology (PSYC) at Tarrant County College District.


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Date Created: 08/18/16
Chapter XII: Work and Leisure Occupational Expectations  One of young adults chief tasks  Career plays prominent role  Reality shock Kram: Four Phases of Mentor Relationships  Initiation o Begin Relationship  Cultivation o Work with protégés  Separation o Spend less time together  Redefinition o Relationship ends or is transformed Mentors  Take “under their wing”  Provide information about unwritten rules  Improve chances of advancement  Women and minorities have greater need for mentors o Fewer available Sex Discrimination  Denying a job solely on gender  Glass ceiling o Barrier preventing advancement in a company o Greatest barrier between lower tier and upper tier job grades o In 2010, 15 women were CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies; 50% increase since  2006 Dividing Household Chores  Women perform lion’s share of housework and child care tasks o Regardless of employment status  In­dual earner couples, unequal division of labor is the most cause for  o Arguments o Unhappiness Chapter XII: Work and Leisure  Time spent on housework since 1970 o Reduced for women o Increased for men  Division of labor o Males: Equitable division based on time spent on each task o Females: Satisfied when men perform women’s traditional chores (women’s  work) o African American and Latino Men  Spend more time doing housework tasks than European American men o Employed women do much more household chores than men in the United States, Sweden, and the Netherlands


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