Discovering Emotional Labour Essays and Term Papers

  • Discovering Emotional Labour

    Discovering Emotional Labour Emotional work is the control of a person’s feeling in order to display the appropriate emotions to others in different situations (Hochschild, 1983: Pg.7). In other words, a person has to put aside his or her own feelings and shows the right emotions in the right place...

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  • The emotional listening: building the city from the citizens

    15th TCI 16th-19th October 2012 THE EMOTIONAL LISTENING: BUILDING THE CITY FROM THE CITIZENS Alfredo Rodríguez-Berzosa Partener Director Tarazaga Emotional Business Management www.tarazaga.com It seems that today politicians are disconnected from citizens’ concerns. In some way they...

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  • Midsummer

    help readers build what this story conveys, the disclosure of the story which follows the general chronological sequence showcases the slow but sure emotional progression of the boy and the girl as well as the escalation of the appeal that trapped them together (they became trapped at each other). Further...

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  • Story of My Life

    the previous year on June 25th and had just started walking when my mom went into labour with me. To this day my sister still teases me about “stealing her spotlight”. Very recently I started writing poems, discovering my differences from the rest of my friends. Unfortunately it all came at a price,...

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  • Midwifery Perspectives - Vaginal Breech

    progress in labour, results were written in the notes as: Longitudinal lie Cephalic presentation (No position of the head was stated). FHH with Pinnard? This student and mentor took over care at 14.00.. Abdominal palpation performed confirmed cephalic presentation. Jane's labour progressed...

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  • Sociology

    time with ones identity. Fanon could no longer see himself in the third person but now sees himself as a triple person. This shows that he was just discovering his true self. * Simmel, G. (1997) The Metropolis and Mental life, in Frisby, D. and Featherstone, M. (eds.) Simmel on culture, selected writings...

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  • Child Labour

    Child labour Considerable differences exist between the many kinds of work children do. Some are difficult and demanding, others are more hazardous and even morally reprehensible. Children carry out a very wide range of tasks and activities when they work. Not all work done by children should be...

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  • Authentic Leadership

    them to “adopt a persona at work that the leader feels is necessary for success (3). Wearing a mask comes at cost, be it undermining trust or emotional labour on the part of the leader to keep up false pretences. Authentic Leadership as a recipe for effective leadership It would be difficult to...

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  • Why Do Women Occupy the Subordinate Position in the Sex/Gender System

    and politics (Wearing 1995, 6). Parsons characterizes the woman’s role in the family as ‘expressive’, meaning she provides warmth, security and emotional support. This is essential for the effective socialization of the young. It is then only a short step away from applying these qualities to her young...

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  • Emotion Management

    the author has supported the phenomenon by using the new model worker for the usage of emotion management. The author has also taken the support of emotional intelligence usage in management strategy. Even though the definition has not mentioned here, the article clearly emphasizes the emotion management...

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  • Promote Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings

    diversity contributes to the strength of a community. Describe Potential effects of discrimination. Discrimination can affect people on a physical, emotional, social and intellectual level. Physically it can lead to deterioration in a person’s health through a loss of appetite or comfort eating out of...

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  • The Competitive Advantage of Nations - the Mode

    standard of living for its citizens. A nation’s standard of living is determined by its productivity - the value of the output produced by a unit of labour or capital based on: • the quality & features of the product which affects prices • the efficiency of production Traditional theories on national...

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  • Modernization of Ntuc Income Case Study

    I Diagram the model of emotions, attitudes, and behaviour. I Identify the conditions that require and problems with emotional labour. I Outline the four components of emotional intelligence. I Summarize the effects of job dissatisfaction in terms of the exit-voice-loyalty-neglect model. I Compare...

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  • Analysis of the Lottery and the Hedge

    are depicted to be stay at home housewives, while the men are portrayed as dominant and controlling. The female character of The Hedge, is very emotional and impulsive. She is very attached and fond of natural entities such as the sea; “The sea…had always held a fascination for her…she loved to watch...

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  • The Modern Prometheus

    to gather some firewood overnight and place it near their doorstep. “I discovered also another means through which I was enabled to assist their labours. I found that the youth spent a great part of each day collecting wood for the family fire, and during the night I often took his tools, the use of...

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  • Hr System Focus on Payroll

    processes and are void without each other. They significantly differ from each other and are essential constituents of the organization. It helps in discovering the potential and capabilities of applicants for expected or actual organizational vacancies. It is a link between the jobs and those seeking jobs...

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  • Hamlet

    Denmark was exposed, he promised both to King Fortinbras and King Claudius that such invasions would never occur. His uncle, in the form of monetary and labour funds, rewarded Fortinbras for quickly obeying his commands and encourages young Fortinbras to pursue his plans on retrieving land from Poland. King...

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  • Lecture 1

    measured ex. Number of divorces per capita or crime rates over time. Qualitative sociology: the study of non-measurable, subjective behaviors ex. Emotional effects of going through a divorce The political revolution: we are masters of our own destiny. Promotion of individual rights and social responsibility...

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  • Capabilities and Effects of Background Music

    variation, a vast pitch variety, and fast tempo (Hatfield, Cacioppo, & Rapson, 1993). Therefore, when one hears these sounds of happy music, emotional contagion is invoked on the subject and causes that person to feel happy. In advertisements, music is selected as an enhancement but also to affect...

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  • Social Structure of the Society

    socio-class, socio-ethnic, socio-professional, socio-confessional etc. No doubt, any social object has its structure. For instance, at analyzing a labour collective we may consider employees within the socio-professional structure: those who got secondary, vocational and higher education, scientific...

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