Sociological Concept of Work in the United States


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Sociological Concept of Work in the United States
This paper seeks to explore the sociological concept of work culture in the United States by examining a number of aspects relevant to the topic, including inequality, race discrimination, gender stratification and environmental damage. Firstly, the concept of work culture must be described. Work culture is considered to be a secondary group that is focused on specific goals and outcomes pertinent and of interest to all involved (Macionis, 2004, p. 109). Work culture, as a secondary group, is described as being less personal and moreover a means to an end, as opposed to primary groups, such as family and friends, wherein the focus is more personal and based on shared interests instead of...
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