- Name: Arlie Russell Hochschild
- Born: 01/15/1940 (80 years old)
- Known for: The Second Shift, The Managed Heart, Strangers in Their Own Land, The Time Bind, Emotional labor, Work-family relations, Emotion work, Gender division of labor in the household, Feeling rules, Framing rules, Market culture,Global care chain
Arlie Russell Hochschild (//; born January 15, 1940) is an American professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley and writer. 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 Second Shift, The Managed Heart, The Time Bind and others of her books, she continues the tradition of C. Wright Mills drawing links between private troubles and public issues.
Birth Name: Arlie Russell
School: Swarthmore College (BA), University of California-Berkeley (MA, PhD)
Alias: Arlie Russell
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Arlie Russell Hochschild quotes :
Here is a new car, a new iPhone. We buy. We discard. We buy again. In recent years, we've been doing it faster.Arlie Russell Hochschild
And the Republican Party especially associates the market with the idea of progress, goodness, family, and points us toward the mall as an answer to all our personal dreams.Arlie Russell Hochschild
Has Bill Clinton inspired idealism in the young, as he himself was inspired by John F. Kennedy? Or has he actually reduced their idealism? Surely part of the answer lies in Clinton's personal moral lapse with Monica Lewinsky. But more important was his sin of omission - his failure to embrace a moral cause beyond popularity.Arlie Russell Hochschild
The more anxious, isolated and time-deprived we are, the more likely we are to turn to paid personal services. To finance these extra services, we work longer hours. This leaves less time to spend with family, friends and neighbors we become less likely to call on them for help, and they on us.Arlie Russell Hochschild