How worker identity is socially constructed Student’s Name Course Instructor 27/02/2018 Introduction Identity is the presence of something that shows the character of someone or a group. Identity is the one that explains individual and group behavior. Identity has drawn the attention of many sociologists in research. An organization identity is described by the attributes of the organization members. From the research made it has been concluded that identity is built by the interaction amongst the individuals work-related environment and social groups. This result to cognitive outcomes and set of behavioral. The work that individual person chooses to identify with forms the overall identity of many of adults. Work identity mostly influences the way people reason and behaves in their workplaces. This is what determines the attribute of the individual person as well as their work output. References Miehls D. & Maffatt K. (2000). Constructing Social Work Identity Based on the Reflexive Self. Research gate. Retrieved 27 February 2018 from www.researchgate.net Myers N. (2010). An Exploration of Gender-Related Tensions for Male Social Workers in the Irish Context. media education. Retrieved 27 February 2018 from www.ucc.ie Wharton A. (2015). Working in America: Continuity conflict and change in a new economic era (4th ed.). [...]
Answer the following prompt in 500 words or more .This post should be organized well and include at least 2 direct citations from your textbook. Additionally, you MUST reference EVERY reading from the module. All citations must be in APA format and you will need to include a work cited at the end of the post. PROMPT: Using the readings as examples, describe how worker identity (what it means to be a teacher, for example) is socially constructed. How is this process influenced by gender? Class? Race? How does this process reproduce social inequalities? What is the role of bureaucracy? BOOK: Wharton, A. (2015). Working in America: Continuity, conflict, and change in a new economic era (4th ed.). Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.