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by Bernard F. Lentz,David N. Laband

eBook Roots of Success: Why Children Follow in Their Parents' Career Footsteps ePub
Author: Bernard F. Lentz,David N. Laband
Language: English
ISBN: 0030704510
ISBN13: 978-0030704512
Publisher: Praeger Publishers Inc (July 1985)
Pages: 192
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 425
Formats: mbr lit azw lrf
ePub file: 1433 kb
Fb2 file: 1263 kb

Why Children Follow in Their Parent's Career Footsteps The Roots of Success presents the first consistent theory of occupational following from.

The Roots of Success : Why Children Follow in Their Parent's Career Footsteps. Parents exert a definite and strong influence on their children in terms of personality, but do they influence them in terms of economics and occupation as well? This study maintains that children's occupational choice is indeed related, in a systematic fashion, to the influence of their parents. The Roots of Success presents the first consistent theory of occupational following from an economic perspective.

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The Roots of Success: Why Children Follow in Their Parents' Career .

The Roots of Success: Why Children Follow in Their Parents' Career Footsteps.

A lot of parents envision their children following in their footsteps down the same professional paths they .

A lot of parents envision their children following in their footsteps down the same professional paths they chose. I once asked a little boy, "Where to doctors come from?" He replied innocently, "From doctor parents, of course!" In his world, doctors have baby doctors, and lawyers have baby lawyers.

The roots of success. why children follow in their parents' career footsteps. Published 1985 by Praeger in New York. Parent and child, Vocational interests.

Ballantine Books, New York. Laband, D. and Lentz, B. F. (1985). The Roots of Success: Why Children Follow Their Parents' Career Footsteps. Lucito, L. (1964). Genetic Studies of Genius: The Early Mental Traits of Three Hundred Geniuses. Stanford University Press, Stanford, C. oogle Scholar. ity behavior as a function of intellect: Bright and dull children.

Children are less likely to follow their parents’ careers if they are middle managers or clerical or service workers. The article gives many reasons for why children may choose to follow their parents’ career paths. Do any of these resonate with you? If not, what do you think explains your desire, or lack thereof, to pursue the same careers as your parents?

Historically, the phenomenon of children entering their parents' careers - following in their parents' footsteps - was perceived as a social ill. It was a sign that the children were trapped by barriers keeping them out of other occupations and relegating them to reliving the work lives o. .

Historically, the phenomenon of children entering their parents' careers - following in their parents' footsteps - was perceived as a social ill. It was a sign that the children were trapped by barriers keeping them out of other occupations and relegating them to reliving the work lives of their parents. View PDF. Save to Library.

Most working people want their children to do something substantially .

Most working people want their children to do something substantially easier than they did, and substantially better paid than they did," said James Galbraith, an economist at the University of Texas at Austin. The extent to which kids follow in their parents' footsteps may be cyclical in part. For example, I know a couple of hard-working, Alpha-type Washingtonian families who are encouraging their teenagers to pursue the arts in college. Why would affluent parents who work long hours to make money so that they can send their kids to a good school encourage their kids to then go into the arts, a field that breaks many hearts and provides stable income for few?

Do children follow their parents footsteps? Answer. Parents who smoke and tell their children not to smoke are not leading by example. if parents behave in an acceptable manner then their children can follow their example. Asked in Leif Ericson.

Do children follow their parents footsteps? Answer. Children will say that they want to follow in their parents footsteps when they are young, but once they start to age and mature they will see things differently and will make their own choices in life. Asked in Johannes Brahms. What is the reason Leif Erikson turned into an explorer? He became an explorer because he wanted to follow in his father's footsteps.

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