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Major demographic changes in family life occurred during the postWorld War II period in the United States. An increase in women combining traditional family roles with employment in the work force represents one of the most significant of these changes. The late 1960s and early 1970s, in...
In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the ending of The Second World War, it is perhaps salutary to remind ourselves of its significance, and how frightful occupation policies were both conceived and operationalised by Nazi academics.
It is difficult, both from a layman's point of view and from the perspective of work psychology and sociology, to provide a definition of the concept of work. Various factors contribute to this difficulty. The first problem lies in the use of employment and work as synonyms. Even though some...
The quality of education and the dedication of the teaching profession are perhaps the most important determinants of the development of a nation. These have become inordinately significant in the highly competitive world of today. A nation that fails to recognise the imperative of this axiom is...
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