Adolescents’ Conceptions of Work

  title={Adolescents’ Conceptions of Work},
  author={Kenneth J. Levine and Cynthia A. Hoffner},
  journal={Journal of Adolescent Research},
  pages={647 - 669}
  • Kenneth J. Levine, Cynthia A. Hoffner
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Adolescent Research
  • Anticipatory socialization is the process of gaining knowledge about work that begins in early childhood and continues until entering the workplace full-time. On self-administered questionnaires, 64 high school students answered open-ended questions about what they have learned about work from five sources: parents, educational institutions, part-time employment, friends, and the mass media. Responses were coded into four macro categories (general requirements of a job, positive aspects of work… CONTINUE READING
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