Arlie Russell Hochschild (/ˈhoʊkʃɪld/) is a professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Hochschild has long focused on the human emotions which underlie moral beliefs, practices, and social life generally. She is the author of nine books including, most recently Strangers In Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, a finalist for the National Book Award. In The Managed Heart, she lays out her fundamental perspective on emotion. In later works, she applies this to the study of various social issues -- such as work-family balance between men and women at home. (The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home.) She also applies this perspective to the study of the relative emotional draw of work and home (The Time Bind: When Work Bec

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  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (/ˈhoʊkʃɪld/) is a professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Hochschild has long focused on the human emotions which underlie moral beliefs, practices, and social life generally. She is the author of nine books including, most recently Strangers In Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, a finalist for the National Book Award. In The Managed Heart, she lays out her fundamental perspective on emotion. In later works, she applies this to the study of various social issues -- such as work-family balance between men and women at home. (The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home.) She also applies this perspective to the study of the relative emotional draw of work and home (The Time Bind: When Work Becomes Home and Home Becomes Work) and to the nature of maternal love ( Global Woman: Nannies, Maids and Sex Workers in the New Economy, co-edited with Barbara Ehrenreich.) Others of her books focus on what she calls "emotional labor" -- the work of trying to feel the right feeling for the job: The Managed Heart: the Commercialization of Human Feeling and The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life in Market Times. and So How's the Family? and Other Essays. In the tradition of C. Wright Mills, Hochschild continually tries to draw links between private troubles and social issues. (en)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild ['hoʊkʃɪld] (* 15. Januar 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts) ist eine US-amerikanische Professorin für Soziologie an der University of California in Berkeley und Autorin. Sie beschäftigt sich unter anderem mit der Doppelbelastung von Frauen, die sowohl die Hausarbeit erledigen, als auch ein Arbeitsverhältnis aufrechterhalten. Hochschild prägte Ende der 1970er den Begriff der Emotionsarbeit, der sich auf die Vermittlung von Freundlichkeit und Gefühlen im Beruf bezieht; hierbei untersuchte sie vor allem die Dienstleistungsberufe. Sie ist verheiratet mit dem Schriftsteller und Journalisten Adam Hochschild. (de)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (née le 15 janvier 1940) est professeur émérite de sociologie à l’Université de Californie à Berkeley. Elle est notamment connue pour ses livres The Managed Heart, The Second Shift, The Time Bind, The commercialization of Intimate Life et l’ouvrage coédité Global Woman: nannies, maids and sex workers in the new economy. Son dernier livre est The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life in Market Times, que le Publishers Weekly a sélectionné dans ses « Best Books of 2012 ». The Outsourced Self a également été cité et analysé par The New York Times. Elle a reçu le Jessie Bernard Award (en) de la part de l’Association américaine de sociologie pour son « génie inventif dans la formulation de questions et d’idées perspicaces, généralement condensées en phrases et mots marquants et véhiculeurs de nouveaux concepts ». (fr)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (Boston, 15 de janeiro de 1940) é uma professora universitária, feminista e socióloga estadunidense. (pt)
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  • Arlie Russell Hochschild ['hoʊkʃɪld] (* 15. Januar 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts) ist eine US-amerikanische Professorin für Soziologie an der University of California in Berkeley und Autorin. Sie beschäftigt sich unter anderem mit der Doppelbelastung von Frauen, die sowohl die Hausarbeit erledigen, als auch ein Arbeitsverhältnis aufrechterhalten. Hochschild prägte Ende der 1970er den Begriff der Emotionsarbeit, der sich auf die Vermittlung von Freundlichkeit und Gefühlen im Beruf bezieht; hierbei untersuchte sie vor allem die Dienstleistungsberufe. Sie ist verheiratet mit dem Schriftsteller und Journalisten Adam Hochschild. (de)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (Boston, 15 de janeiro de 1940) é uma professora universitária, feminista e socióloga estadunidense. (pt)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (/ˈhoʊkʃɪld/) is a professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Hochschild has long focused on the human emotions which underlie moral beliefs, practices, and social life generally. She is the author of nine books including, most recently Strangers In Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, a finalist for the National Book Award. In The Managed Heart, she lays out her fundamental perspective on emotion. In later works, she applies this to the study of various social issues -- such as work-family balance between men and women at home. (The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home.) She also applies this perspective to the study of the relative emotional draw of work and home (The Time Bind: When Work Bec (en)
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild (née le 15 janvier 1940) est professeur émérite de sociologie à l’Université de Californie à Berkeley. Elle est notamment connue pour ses livres The Managed Heart, The Second Shift, The Time Bind, The commercialization of Intimate Life et l’ouvrage coédité Global Woman: nannies, maids and sex workers in the new economy. Son dernier livre est The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life in Market Times, que le Publishers Weekly a sélectionné dans ses « Best Books of 2012 ». The Outsourced Self a également été cité et analysé par The New York Times. Elle a reçu le Jessie Bernard Award (en) de la part de l’Association américaine de sociologie pour son « génie inventif dans la formulation de questions et d’idées perspicaces, généralement condensées en phrases et mots marquants e (fr)
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