課程資訊
課程名稱
工作與家庭專題:個人、組織與國家
Seminar on Work and Family Issues: Individual, organization and the State 
開課學期
107-1 
授課對象
學程  人口學程  
授課教師
王麗容 
課號
SW8017 
課程識別碼
330 D2700 
班次
 
學分
3.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一2,3,4(9:10~12:10) 
上課地點
社110 
備註
碩士班同學可上修。[人口學程] 選修領域(二)性別、工作與家庭。
限碩士班以上
總人數上限:8人
外系人數限制:2人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1071SW8017_ 
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課程概述

本課程是碩士班(也歡迎高年級大學生)課程,目的提供學生以下學習內容:
1. 從性別觀點談兩性在工作與家庭場域的變遷: 討論工作與家務分工的角色,兩性在公私領域的時間配置,雙元勞動市場論與兩性在就業環境和薪酬體系中的性別比;性別與工作與家庭衝突和壓力的差異比較
2. 國家,家庭以及市場在工作與家庭平衡上的國際政策比較分析: 討論與分析「工作與家庭」的評估指標,其次是工作與家庭平衡政策的歐洲政策和美國政策,以及亞洲(東亞)政策
3.如何創造台灣未來具有三贏「平衡工作與家庭政策」--如何融入勞動市場政策、人力資本政策和性別平等政策於一體?
 

課程目標
1.本課程希望同學學習近年來家庭和職場的變遷所形成的新家庭結構和勞動力發展趨勢,性別觀點的分析將會是主要的探討觀點。
2.本課程探討的面向也將包括職場觀點:工作者可能碰到的工作與家庭衝突問題有那些,如何經由勞動市場政策協助勞動者平衡工作與家庭的需求。
3.本課程也將協助學生認識個人觀點的工作與家庭衝突分析,包括WFC衝突下的壓力源分析、個人調適技巧分析、個人與環境的最適配搭的工作與家庭選擇、WFC衝突下的個人如何界定甚麼是成功?
4. 本課程也將從文化與社會政策觀點探討平衡工作與家庭政策: 包括「社會正義理論(social justice theory)」與「性別公平觀點(gender equity approach)」的工作與家庭政策; 以及「轉折觀點( transactionalapproach )」工作與家庭政策,另外也經介紹「社會認同(social identity)」觀點的工作與家庭整合政策。
 
課程要求
出席上課且參與討論,並依規定完成作業
作業:
ESSAY兩篇 (各15%)、
期中報告一篇 (30%)以及
期末報告一篇(40%)
 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
另約時間 備註: 請同學在隨時約時間談課程或是生活相關事宜,無論是學術性的或是非學術性 的,都很歡迎個別或是團體約時間 
參考書目
Selective readings

V: SUMMARY: FUTURE DIRECTIONS sessions
A. Connecting Theory and Practice
Marian N. Ruderman
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter22

B. Future Frontiers: Enduring Challenges and Established
Assumptions in in the Work-Life Field
Susan J. Lambert and Ellen Ernst Kossek
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 23
 
指定閱讀
課程進度和指定閱讀: weekly arrangements and readings

I: INTRODUCTORY sessions:

Week 1: "Work-Family Scholarship": Voice and Context
Ellen Ernst Kossek and Susan J. Lambert
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter one.

Week 2: (Re)Considering Conflict Between Work and Family
Shelley M. MacDermid.
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter two.

II: ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVES sessions

Week 3: The Changing Time Demands of Managerial and Professional Work: Implications for Managing the Work-Life Boundary
Frances J. Milliken and Linda M. Dunn-Jensen
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 3

Week 4: Technology, Organizations, and Work-Life Integration
P. Monique Valcour and Larry W. Hunter
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 4

Week 5: Organizational Reliability, Flexibility, and Security
Karlene H. Roberts, Vinit M. Desai, and Peter Madsen
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 5

Week 6: Organizational Stratification: Distributing Opportunities for Balancing Work and Personal Life
Susan J. Lambert and Elaine Waxman
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 6

Week 7: Family-Friendly Programs and Work-Life Integration: More Myth Than Magic?
Kyra L. Sutton and Raymond A. Noe
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 8

Week 8: The Equity Imperative: Redesigning Work for Work-Family Integration
Joyce K. Fletcher and Lotte Bailyn
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 9

III: INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVES sessions
Week 9: The Importance of the Individual: How Self-Evaluations Influence the Work-Family Interface
Alyssa Friede and Ann Marie Ryan
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 10

Week 10: Work and Family Stress and Well-Being: An Integrative Model of Person-Environment Fit Within and Between the Work and Family Domains
Jeffrey R. Edwards and Nancy P. Rothbard
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 11

Wee 11: Flexibility Enactment Theory: Implications of Flexibility Type, Control, and Boundary Management for Work-
Family Effectiveness
Ellen Ernst Kossek, Brenda A. Lautsch, and Susan C. Eaton
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 12

Week 12: The Decision Process Theory of Work and Family
Steven A. Y Poelmans
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 13

Week 13: Professionals Becoming Parents: Socialization, Adaptation, and Identity Transformation
Mary Dean Lee, Shelley M. MacDermid, Pamela Lirio Dohring,
and Ellen Ernst Kossek
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 14

Week 14: What Is Success? Who Defines It? Perspectives on the Criterion
Problem as It Relates to Work and Family
Jeanette N. Cleveland
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 15

IV: CULTURAL AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES sessions

Week 15: Work-Life Integration and Social Policy: A Social Justice Theory
and Gender Equity Approach to Work and Family
Suzan Lewis and Linda Haas
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 16

Week 16: Three Reasons for a Transnational Approach to Work-Life Policy
Winifred R. Poster
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 17

Week 17: The Role of Speaking Up in Work-Life Balancing
Amy C. Edmondson and James R. Detert
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 18

Week 18: Supervisor Support and Work-Life Integration: A Social Identity Perspective
Karen Hopkins
Recasting the Work-Family Agenda as a Corporate
Social Responsibility
Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Bradley Googins
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 20 and 21

Selective readings

V: SUMMARY: FUTURE DIRECTIONS sessions
A. Connecting Theory and Practice
Marian N. Ruderman
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter22

B. Future Frontiers: Enduring Challenges and Established
Assumptions in in the Work-Life Field
Susan J. Lambert and Ellen Ernst Kossek
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 23




 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
 
No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
final paper  
40% 
Issue paper -formal research-oriented paper including literature review, thories, data analysis and finding discussion  
2. 
mid-term paper  
30% 
Mid-term report (5000 words): personal interview ,visiting, and other possible way of data collection to demonstrate your point and paper 
3. 
essay 2 
15% 
Practice or policy oriented (essay writing 3000words)  
4. 
essay 1 
15% 
Theories related (essay writing, 3000words) 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
09/10  Week 1 "Work-Family Scholarship": Voice and Context
Ellen Ernst Kossek and Susan J. Lambert
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter one.  
第2週
09/17  Week 2: (Re)Considering Conflict Between Work and Family
Shelley M. MacDermid.
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter two.  
第3週
09/24  中秋節放假 
第4週
10/01  II: ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVES sessions

Week 3 The Changing Time Demands of Managerial and Professional Work: Implications for Managing the Work-Life Boundary
Frances J. Milliken and Linda M. Dunn-Jensen
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 3
 
第5週
10/08  Week 4 Technology, Organizations, and Work-Life Integration
P. Monique Valcour and Larry W. Hunter
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 4  
第6週
10/15  Week 5 Organizational Reliability, Flexibility, and Security
Karlene H. Roberts, Vinit M. Desai, and Peter Madsen
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 5 
第7週
10/22  Week 6 Organizational Stratification: Distributing Opportunities for Balancing Work and Personal Life
Susan J. Lambert and Elaine Waxman
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 6  
第8週
10/29  Week 7 Family-Friendly Programs and Work-Life Integration: More Myth Than Magic?
Kyra L. Sutton and Raymond A. Noe
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 8

Week 8 The Equity Imperative: Redesigning Work for Work-Family Integration
Joyce K. Fletcher and Lotte Bailyn
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 9
 
第9週
11/05  III: INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVES sessions
Week 9 The Importance of the Individual: How Self-Evaluations Influence the Work-Family Interface
Alyssa Friede and Ann Marie Ryan
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 10
 
第10週
11/12  Week 10 Work and Family Stress and Well-Being: An Integrative Model of Person-Environment Fit Within and Between the Work and Family Domains
Jeffrey R. Edwards and Nancy P. Rothbard
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 11
 
第11週
11/19  Week 11 Flexibility Enactment Theory: Implications of Flexibility Type, Control, and Boundary Management for Work-
Family Effectiveness
Ellen Ernst Kossek, Brenda A. Lautsch, and Susan C. Eaton
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 12
 
第12週
11/26  Week 12: The Decision Process Theory of Work and Family
Steven A. Y Poelmans
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 13 
第13週
12/03  Week 13 Professionals Becoming Parents: Socialization, Adaptation, and Identity Transformation
Mary Dean Lee, Shelley M. MacDermid, Pamela Lirio Dohring,
and Ellen Ernst Kossek
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 14
 
第14週
12/10  Week 14 What Is Success? Who Defines It? Perspectives on the Criterion
Problem as It Relates to Work and Family
Jeanette N. Cleveland
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 15 
第15週
12/17  IV: CULTURAL AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES sessions

Week 15 Work-Life Integration and Social Policy: A Social Justice Theory
and Gender Equity Approach to Work and Family
Suzan Lewis and Linda Haas
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 16
 
第16週
12/24  Week 16 Three Reasons for a Transnational Approach to Work-Life Policy
Winifred R. Poster
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 17

Selective readings:
Week 17 The Role of Speaking Up in Work-Life Balancing
Amy C. Edmondson and James R. Detert
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 18

Week 18 Supervisor Support and Work-Life Integration: A Social Identity Perspective
Karen Hopkins
Recasting the Work-Family Agenda as a Corporate
Social Responsibility
Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Bradley Googins
In Ellen Ernst Kossek, Susan J. Lambert (2005) (ed). Work and life integration: organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Chapter 20 and 21 
第18週
01/07  Final Report and Discussion