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Internationally Comparable Measures of Occupational Status for the 1988 International Standard Classification of Occupations
Abstract This paper provides operational procedures for coding internationally comparable measures of occupational status from the recently published International Standard Classification of
Industrialization and Social Stratification
This paper reviews the current state of knowledge about the effects of industrialization upon systems of social stratification. Taking societies as the unit of observation, we consider the
The household registration system and social stratification in China: 1955–1996
It is shown that education and membership in the Chinese Communist Party are the main determinants of upward social mobility in state socialist China.
Quantitative data analysis : doing social research to test ideas
This chapter discusses cross-Tabulations, a Bayesian Alternative for Comparing Models, and nonlinear Transformations, a method for testing the Equality of Coefficients in Log-Linear Analysis.
Three Internationally Standardised Measures for Comparative Research on Occupational Status
The classification and scaling of occupations constitutes the foundation of much, if not most, research on social stratification. Whether one studies access to desirable positions in societies (such
The Impact of the Cultural Revolution on Trends in Educational Attainment in the People's Republic of China1
This article examines the effects of social origins on educational attainment, using data from the 1982 census of the People's Republic of China. Analysis of intergenerational relationships in China
The Dictionary of Occupational Titles as a Source of Occupational Data.
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