The book Home and Work: Negotiating Boundaries through Everyday Life, Christena E. Nippert-Eng is published by University of Chicago Press. Home and Work: Negotiating Boundaries through Everyday Life and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. In Home and Work, Christena Nippert-Eng examines the intricacies and implications of how we draw the line between home and work. Start reading Home and Work.
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Drawing from his extensive experience around the world, Salacuse applies such large-scale examples as the Arab-Israeli conflicts or those in Berlin and shows us how to use such strategies in our own lives, from family and home life, to business and the workplace, even to our own thoughts as we negotiate compromises and agreement with ourselves. You may order this role simulation in either soft copy electronic or hard copy paper format. If you select the soft copy option, you will receive an e-mail with a URL website address from which you may download an electronic file in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
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The ways each of us manages time, space, and people not only reflect but reinforce lives that are more "integrating" or "segmenting" at any given time. In clarifying what we take for granted, this book will leave you thinking in different ways about your life and work.
How do you draw the line between work duties and home life? Sociologist Nippert-Eng explores this question in her fascinating research, which reveals the many symbolic and practical boundaries humans set up to distinguish these two important roles in life. She presents a theory of "boundary work," exemplified by the use of symbolic separation, transformational activities, and an explanation of the struggle we face as we deal with constraints from the work environment as well as from home that pull and tug at us for all our attention.
The author's research is substantial, including extensive interviews with 72 willing participants from a research laboratory.
While the question of how to balance all these difficult responsibilities and yet live a meaningful life will appeal to many readers, this is nevertheless a highly specialized dissertation suitable for major university libraries supporting a graduate sociology curriculum. Wait for a more "user-friendly" version to hit the self-help shelves. Dale Farris, Groves, Tex. Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. Convert currency.
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