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By Henrich R. Greve

This quantity of study within the Sociology of labor begins with a deceptively easy query of, "Do occasions and reports in the course of youth effect the paintings results of people once they succeed in adulthood?" whereas firstly look basic, the query has a variety of theoretical and useful implications, that are lined in a compelling set of contributions. the quantity comprises new and exploratory research  Read more...

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While it is difficult to assess the nature of the link between the tensions we observed among members and the mixed outcomes we found, our data shed light on the challenges facing lower-level members in dual identity organizations. The discussion that follows suggests that these mixed outcomes may be linked to members’ preoccupation with their own differences and tensions with fellow members who had joined Helping Hands for different reasons. This focus may have dissipated their attentiveness to the objective of either of Helping Hands’ identities, and partly explain the mixed outcomes of youth service programs, most notably in terms of future career choices.

Its goal was to promote a “time for solidarity,” as one founder put it, enabling young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 living in Europe, regardless of nationality or immigration status, to engage in full-time volunteering for nine months. Unlike volunteering organizations that require only limited commitments, Helping Hands assumed that “solidarity” was a legitimate full-time occupation, not merely a hobby. From Helping Hands’ perspective, practicing solidarity meant bringing people together to work for the community while helping them to prepare for their future careers.

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