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Titel: Sociology of Job Train Rsw12h
Autor/en: D. Bills, Bills

ISBN: 0762308869
EAN: 9780762308866
52:B&W 6. 14 x 9. 21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von David Bills
Emerald Group Publishing Limited

16. Oktober 2003 - gebunden - 328 Seiten

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This volume offers sophisticated sociological analyses of job training that go well beyond standard accounts of general versus specific skills and overly simple assumptions about employer and worker behaviour. The chapters examine such topics as the incentives available to employers to provide training, socially structured inequalities in access to training, and cross-societal differences in training institutions. They break new ground in investigating the content of job training as well as its incidence and duration. The contributors to the volume bring to bear both qualitative case study and quantitative research to explore the emerging role of training in post-industrial labor markets.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Reassessing the core assumptions of human capital theory - beyond general and specific skills -Fattenin' frogs for snakes? company investments in job skills training, D. Knoke, Song Yang; Hiring and training in Korean establishments - do employers substitute making for buying?, Wonsup Chang; regulating affective labor - communication skills training in the health care industry, A.M. Ducey et al; what skills to train? an institutional analysis of training consulting organizations, Xiaowei Luo; job training as business and community development - reframing theory and practice, M.E. Boyle, J. Boguslaw. Inducing employers to provide skills - the connection between training policies and investment in general skills, L. Cruz-Castro, G. Conlon; vocational training and the transition to the first job in Germany - new risks at labor market entry?, D. Konietzka; "Voluntarily put themselves in harm's way" - the 'bait-and-switch' of safety training in the construction industry, K. Paap. Training and persistent inequalities - job training for women leaving welfare - assessing interest in nontraditional employment, C. Negrey et al; contextual analysis of company job training - an investigation of the 1996 national organizations survey, Song Yang; the effects of age group, technology, and social policy on adult women's training participation, P.A. Simpson, L.K. Stroh.
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