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In this book some of the leading stratification scholars in the U.S. present empirical and theoretical essays about the institutional contexts that shape careers. Building on recent advances in theory, data, and analytic technique, the essays in this volume work toward the goal of identifying and assessing the processes by which a birth cohort is distributed in the stratification system, given their positions of origin in that system. Alan Kerckhoff's introduction situates the studies in this volume within the context of previous stratification research over several generations, making the book an invaluable resource for scholars and graduate students.
|Publication date:||22nd October 1999|
|Author:||Alan C. Kerckhoff|
|Publisher:||Westview Press Inc an imprint of Taylor & Francis Inc|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Alan C. Kerckhoff professor of sociology at Duke University, is the author of many important books and journal articles on careers, education, and social stratification.More About Alan C. Kerckhoff