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    All four of the articles show the disparities that exist within the work environment. “The Glass Escalator” by Christine L. Williams showed how men not only face a huge advantage in female dominated careers but also discrimination. “The Global Woman” by Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild tell how many immigrant women are leaving their home countries at alarming rates to take on domestic jobs elsewhere. “The Globetrotting Sneaker” by Cynthia Enloe is about how many companies benefit from globalization, and use it as a tool to dehumanize and mistreat women in foreign countries. Lastly, “Fort Bragg: Command” by Jefferey McGowan details how biased the military was, and still is, against homosexuals, especially during the “Don’t…

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    Physical Labor Book Review

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    between labor, humans, and alienation is a complex one. Typically, labor is viewed as a physical action, such as typical tasks one may engage in during the work day. However, along with physical labor is the conjunction of emotional labor. This is the inducement or suppressant of emotions and feelings in order to sustain a positive exterior. In the American society today, most jobs require interpersonal skills and require workers to communicate with others. Consequently, almost all workers will…

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    “The Second Shift” by Arlie Russell Hochschild sheds light on the fact that America is stuck in a perpetual rut, unable to change its societal gender expectations. Substantial progress has been made when it comes to women in the workplace, but that same progress is not evident when it comes to a woman’s work within the home. The expression “second shift” refers to the tasks done around the house after the initial work hours are through. Hochschild critiques the American career system’s…

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    Tea Party Speech

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    perception described above is only applicable to a small percentage of Tea Party members, for most of them don’t fall into the minority of discriminatory extremists. It’s easy to slap a stereotypical label on a group of people that you dislike—that way, you may distance yourself from them and judge them without having to acknowledge them as individuals. This is called an empathy wall, as coined by sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild in her book, Strangers in their Own Land (2016), in which she…

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    children, resulting in a chain of common-thinking. In Arlie Russell Hochschild’s “From the Frying Pan into the Fire,” she discusses capitalism and how people struggle to find a balance between family and work. She shows how great of an impact capitalism actually has on humans. Hochschild promotes the concept that people often separate the idea of spending time doing something with the impression of believing in doing that same thing, creating a difference in how people perceive accomplishing…

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    Naturalism unlike realism adopts more a philosophical position and holds man responsible for his actions and negates divine interventions. Naturalism considers human beings to be determined by their heredity and environment. The individual is at the mercy of determining social and economic forces. Each human being is determined by heredity and environment and "subject to the social and economic forces in the family, the class, and the milieu into which that person is born" (Abrams 153).…

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    emotional labour which was introduced by Hochschild (1983). The concept of emotional labour has many aspects to it such as surface acting, deep acting, intensity of emotional display, the duration of emotional display, range of emotional display, automatic emotion regulation and many more. Their effects on an employee’s work satisfaction, their self-esteem and psychological well-being (Zapf 2002) are also well documented. How an employee deals with these factors has an influence on the outcomes…

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    Arlie Russell Hochschild is a renowned American sociologist who focuses a lot on human emotions as they relate to morals and beliefs. In her most recent book, Strangers in Their Own Land, Hochschild travels to Lake Charles, Louisiana in an attempt to understand what was going through peoples’ minds when they voted for Trump in the 2016 Presidential election. In order to do so, Hochschild must cross over “empathy walls”, or an “obstacle to deep understanding of another person” (5). Getting over…

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    The Skin Game Theme Essay

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    Social injustice arises when equality treated unequally. Each time when someone cheats of what one deserve, there is injustice. Galsworthy has dealt with the theme of social injustice by portraying society as a sharply divided entity consisting of totally opposed classes. His The Skin Game deals with the theme of social injustice. A class struggle is in progress. But it is not between the rich and poor. The struggle is not based on economic inequality but on social inequality. The Skin Game…

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    The article examined in the paper is “Linking Emotional Dissonance and Service Climate to Well-Being at Work: A Cross-Level Analysis.” As described in the title, this article examines the use of emotional dissonance and service climate as independent variables in predicting well-being at work. The research was performed because employee well-being continues to be a topic of social interest as the service sector is the largest in total jobs in the United States and Europe (Bureau of Labour…

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