SOC 348: Work, Organizations, & Occupations Name _________________________
Instructor: Dr. J. Burnside Date _____________________
Reference Librarian: Ms. Amanda Peach
Work-Life Integration: A Reflective Report of Personal Experiences and Social Facts (15%)
Writing a description and explanation of key aspects about Work-Life Integration prompts one to draw upon their thoughts and experiences (noting micro, meso and macro levels). Apply in your analysis, a synthesis of concepts we are studying about work, organizations, and occupations. Being successful on this documented research report will depend on the following:
crafting a working thesis
conveying key issues and contextual points of interest for your reframing.
checking relevant details using library research to gather social facts about changes .
Requirements: word count = 1100-1300, typed, 1.5 line spacing, with citations both in-text and Works Cited
(minimum six sources including our JWB and LGB and TED texts.
In class, share your brief but spectacular oral presentations (seven to ten minutes with visuals).
Be inspired to try reframing one’s perspectives and involve artistry in your choices:
Each life converges to some centre
Expressed or still;
Exists in every human nature
Admitted scarcely to itself, it may be,
For credibility's temerity
-excerpt from Emily Dickinson, 1830-1886
Writing and Thinking Process:
Sept 28th- Understanding the assignment, drafting topic with rationale, outline and working bibliography
Oct. 5th - Works in Progress – mini-conferences with Instructor (six to eight minutes).
Oct 10th – Reading Period –
Oct 12-17th – Conduct Peer Review (PR) outside of class; submit completed PR form with final paper.
Oct 19th - Due! Research report (on paper) with PR form, in class; and oral Presentations (7 to 10 minutes).
Dickinson, Emily. Each life converges to some centre