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Ontogenetická podmíněnost nezaměstnanosti

Title in English Ontogenetic Conditionality of Unemployment
Authors

ŠMAJSOVÁ BUCHTOVÁ Božena ŠMAJS Josef KULHAVÝ Viktor OKRAJEK Petr KUKLA Lubomír

Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Časopis lékařů českých
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Citation
Field Management and administrative
Keywords unemployment; longitudinal study; childhood; risk factors; family
Description Previous unemployment studies mostly dealt with unemployment's economic causes and consequences. Hidden causes of male unemployment, independent from socio-economic circumstances of a society, could consist, besides others, in natural biological factors - family experience during childhood. Theoretical background of our study included the concept of psychical deprivation, the concept of human ontogenesis developmental stages of E. Erikson and knowledge of biodromal psychology. Using data from the European Longitudinal Study of Parenthood and Childhood international project we compared groups of employed and unemployed men by means of a retrospective survey and we studied the following: 1. What differences there were in their childhoods; 2. To what extent educational approaches transfer from parents to their children; 3. What influence has negative experience from childhood on the future assertion of men in the labor market.
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