9 edition of The Opt-Out Revolt found in the catalog.
August 25, 2006
by Davies-Black Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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"The Opt-Out Revolt" delivers the facts behind this growing phenomenon: how the universal need for authenticity, balance, and challenge drives ca As never before, workers are searching for a life that is richer, more balanced, authentic, and challenging/5.
"The Opt-Out Revolt" delivers the facts behind this growing phenomenon: how the universal need for authenticity, balance, and challenge drives career and life decisions for women and men alike; the critical role gender plays in the patterns of today's careerists; what choices women are making and why; how men's priorities differ from women's Pages: Opting Out and In: On women’s careers and new lifestyles introduces a new perspective and definition of opting out that better reflects contemporary issues and lifestyles.
The book offers a timely and comprehensive analysis of the phenomenon of women leaving high-powered careers, adding to current debates on opting out. The Opt-Out Revolt delivers the facts behind this growing phenomenon: how the universal need for authenticity, balance and challenge drives career and life decisions for women and men alike; the critical role gender The Opt-Out Revolt book in the patterns of today's careerists; what choices women are making and why; how men's priorities differ from women's and.
“The Opt Out Revolt: An Introduction,” Monthly Review vol. 67, no. 2, pp. DOI: /MR_1. In the United States today, the age of monopoly-finance capital and neoliberal politics, all aspects of social life are being financialized at breakneck speed, while the economy as a whole and employment remain lackluster.
Women Who Opt Out is a collection of original essays by the leading scholars in the field of work and family research, which takes a multi-disciplinary approach in questioning the basic thesis of “the opt-out revolution.”.
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By Lisa Belkin. Oct. 26, ; But to talk to the women of the book club -- or to the women of a San Francisco mothers'. The Opt-Out Revolt: Why People Are Leaving Companies to Create Kaleidoscope Careers Lisa A.
Mainiero, Author, Sherry E. Sullivan, Author. Davies-Black $ (p) ISBN The Opt-Out Revolt by Lisa A. Mainiero and Sherry E. Sullivan is not just about women leaving the workforce to care for children, though the title might lead you to believe that.
THE OPT-OUT REVOLT delivers the facts behind this growing phenomenon: how the universal need to authenticity, balance, and challenge drives career and life decisions for women and men alike; the.
The article reviews the book “The Opt-out Revolt: Why People are Leaving Companies to Create Kaleidoscope Careers,” by Lisa A. Mainiero and Sherry E. Sullivan. The scene in this cozy Atlanta living room would -- at first glance -- warm an early feminist's heart.
Gathered by the fireplace one recent evening, sipping wine and nibbling cheese, are the members of a book club, each of them a beneficiary of all that feminists of odd years ago held dear. The eight women in the room have each earned a degree from Princeton, which was a citadel of. At the predominantly black Garfield High School in Seattle inthe staff refused to administer the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test, and were supported by parents and students in a mass Opt Out revolt.
All across the country, the Opt Out movement has taken the form of a populist groundswell—on both the left and right—as more. The opt-out revolt: why people are leaving companies to create kaleidoscope careers. [Lisa A Mainiero; Sherry E Sullivan] -- Workers are searching for a.
The scene in this cozy Atlanta living room would — at first glance — warm an early feminist’s heart. Gathered by the fireplace one recent evening, sipping wine and nibbling cheese, are the members of a book club, each of them a beneficiary of all that feminists of odd years ago held dear.
The eight women in the room have each earned a degree from Princeton, which was a citadel of. If anything, things have gotten worse for working women at all economic levels — even the upper echelon, where the “opt-out” debate is focused.
“Extreme jobs and extreme parenting are colliding,” says Sylvia Ann Hewlett, founding president of the Center for Talent Innovation and the author of several books about women and work.
The opt-out story line presents the economic impact of mothers leaving the workforce as a short-term picture of giving up luxuries. No major paper would cover unemployment by having a reporter interview a handful of well-heeled acquaintances and muse on a personal period of unemployment.
The question is whether the opt-out revolt can become the beginning of a decisive showdown to end or severely curtail high-stakes testing. The example of New York is certainly likely to inspire anti-testing groups around the country.
But activists need to clearly understand how hard corporate interests will fight to preserve the testing edifice. When Christopher Lasch died on Valentine’s day in, America lost the most profound of her critics. His final book, The Revolt of the Elites, was published a.
Christopher Lasch was one of those rare figures in American public life who was The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy, a collection of essays.Susan Douglas first took on the media's misrepresentation of women in her funny, scathing social commentary "Where the Girls Are." Now, she and Meredith Michaels, have turned a sardonic (but never jaundiced) eye toward the cult of the new momism: a trend in American culture that is causing women to feel that only through the perfection of motherhood can true contentment be found.4/5(5).