J. Oli Jonsson

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In the sociological literature on social mobility, the long-standing convention has been to assume that intergenerational reproduction takes one of two forms: a categorical form that has parents passing on a big-class position to their children or a gradational form that has parents passing on their socioeconomic standing. These approaches ignore in their(More)
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In the sociological literature on social mobility, there has been much debate of late about whether opportunity and openness are increasing, with some scholars suggesting that mobility regimes are becoming more fluid and others suggesting that trendless fluctuation is the dominant pattern in most countries. These trend analyses have almost invariably been(More)
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