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study looking into social representations, concerning unemployment and the unemployed man.

Jonathan Wyatt

study looking into social representations, concerning unemployment and the unemployed man.

by Jonathan Wyatt

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ContributionsManchester Metropolitan University. Department of Psychology and SpeechPathology.
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a; Vroom, ) in explaining unemployed peopleÕs job search behaviour, unemployment experience, and psychological well-being. Thus, because the Þeld of unemployment psychology might beneÞt from a formal theory-driven understanding of unemployed peopleÕs motivational, emotional and behavioural reactions towardsFile Size: KB. In a qualitative study of unemployed and underemployed adults, Blustein, Kozan, and Connors-Kellgren () found that the one resource participants most felt would help them regain employment was.

Unemployment is a substantial economic, social and political issue, and:an have enormous significance in the lives of the unemployed. It has also been extensively worked over in the fields of economics, econometrics, pol­itical science, sociology, psychology, history and social policy, as well as being subject to broad discourse in media. Male unemployment is unemployment, being out of work and actively seeking to work, among men.. The – global recession has been called a "mancession" because of the disproportionate number of men who lost their jobs as compared to women. This gender gap became wide in the United States in , when % of men in the labor force were .

  The day a man loses his job is among the most stressful of his life. Sudden unemployment can turn a man’s world upside down, influencing every aspect of . (Goffman, ) reflects the negative social and personal image of being unemployed. Unemployment stereotypes (e.g. being perceived as unmotivated or unable to find a.


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