Measuring Socioeconomic Status

@article{Cirino2002MeasuringSS,
  title={Measuring Socioeconomic Status},
  author={P. Cirino and C. E. Chin and R. Sevcik and M. Wolf and M. Lovett and R. Morris},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2002},
  volume={9},
  pages={145 - 155}
}
This study investigated issues related to commonly used socioeconomic status (SES) measures in 140 participants from three cities (Atlanta, Boston, and Toronto) in two countries (United States and Canada). Measures of SES were two from the United States (four-factor Hollingshead scale, Nakao and Treas scale) and one from Canada (Blishen, Carroll, and Moore scale). Reliability was examined both within (interrater agreement) and across (intermeasure agreement) measures. Interrater reliability and… Expand
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