By Henrich R. Greve
This quantity of analysis within the Sociology of labor starts off with a deceptively easy query of, "Do occasions and reports in the course of youth effect the paintings results of people once they achieve adulthood?" whereas at the start look easy, the query has quite a lot of theoretical and functional implications, that are lined in a compelling set of contributions. the quantity includes new and exploratory research relating to this basic query and highlights the possibilities for additional examine at the topic. Read more...
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Using an open-ended item, we asked respondents their assessment at Time 2 of their overall experience at Helping Hands. Demographics. We asked respondents their sex and age at Time 1. Printed Archival Data To better understand Helping Hands’ identity, we used 1995À2004 board minutes as a first source of archival data. We also analyzed secondary survey data gathered by Helping Hands from the constituent organizations it served. Helping Hands administered this survey to key contacts at nonprofit organizations that hosted volunteer groups during the 2001À2002 volunteering period to assess their views of and satisfaction with Helping Young Adults’ Experiences of a Dual Identity Organization 25 Hands.
Blending too many distinct goals into a “unified” identity might carry a risk of dampening members’ relation to that identity and, in turn, fail to positively influence their future behavior and career choices. NOTES 1. Members’ surveyÀresponse rates were comparable to those in similar studies of volunteers (Simon & Wang, 2002, p. 536), but leave open the possibility of sample bias and nonresponse bias. We performed several comparisons to test for these biases. Using demographic data collected by Helping Hands, we tested for differences between T1 respondents and the organization’s overall volunteer population.
When discussions of Helping Hands’ impact arose, for instance, the board members agreed that “practical skills to find jobs, maturity, and civic consciousness” were all part of what Helping Hands was trying to achieve (board minutes, October 26, 1996). In short, the board members saw themselves as guardians of Helping Hands’ dual identity and resisted changing that identity. The nonprofit partner organizations that interacted daily with groups of Helping Hands members were also aware of its dual identity.
Adolescent experiences and adult work outcomes by Henrich R. Greve