History[ edit ] One of the earliest recorded uses of surveys to gather information about employees occurred in the s at the Esso Research and Engineering Company. The problem was that collecting and collating the feedback demanded a paper-based effort including either complex manual calculations or lengthy delays. The first led to despair on the part of practitioners; the second to a gradual erosion of commitment by recipients.
See Article History Alternative Title: Bettye Goldstein graduated in from Smith College with a degree in psychology and, after a year of graduate work at the University of CaliforniaBerkeley, settled in New York City.
She worked at various jobs untilwhen she married Carl Friedan divorced For 10 years thereafter she lived as a housewife and mother in the suburbs of New York while doing freelance work for a number of magazines.
In a questionnaire that she circulated among her Smith classmates suggested to her that a great many of them were, like her, deeply dissatisfied with their lives. She planned and undertook an extensive series of studies on the topic—formulating more detailed questionnaires, conducting interviews, discussing her results with psychologists and other students of behaviour—and finally organized her findings, illuminated by her personal experiences, in her landmark book, The Feminine Mystique.
The book was an immediate and controversial best seller and was translated into a number of foreign languages. This restricted role of wife-mother, whose spurious glorification by advertisers and others was suggested by the title of the book, led almost inevitably to a sense of unreality or general spiritual malaise in the absence of genuine, creative, self-defining work.
In October Friedan cofounded the National Organization for Women NOWa civil rights group dedicated to achieving equality of opportunity for women. As president of NOW, she directed campaigns to end sex-classified employment notices, for greater representation of women in government, for child-care centres for working mothers, and for legalized abortion and other reforms.
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