The Empirical Classification of Formal Groups

@article{Selvin1963TheEC,
  title={The Empirical Classification of Formal Groups},
  author={H. Selvin and W. Hagstrom},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={1963},
  volume={28},
  pages={399}
}
predicting differential identification or involvement with this role. 5. The unimportant differences found within the upper, middle, and lower SES categories suggest that finer SES discriminations are of little value in studies of childrearing attitudes. However, further work involving comparisons of high, moderate, and low status-aspiration groups within each major SES category still seems desirable; refinements such as those suggested by degree of "status congruence" or "class crystallization… Expand
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