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Comparative loglinear analyses of social mobility and heterogamy

Ruud Luijkx

Comparative loglinear analyses of social mobility and heterogamy

by Ruud Luijkx

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Published by Tilburg University Press in Tilburg, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social classes -- Mathematical models.,
  • Social mobility -- Mathematical models.,
  • Log-linear models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [309]-322) and index.

    StatementRuud Luijkx.
    SeriesSeries on work and organization
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT608 .L85 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 326 p. :
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL827860M
    ISBN 109036197643
    LC Control Number95100976
    OCLC/WorldCa34692951

    field of comparative social mobility. A rival set applies Bourdieu's (, ) recent and as analyzed by log-linear models. At the end of the Although father-to-son mobility and heterogamy may be taken as indicative of societal openness in the relational framework. "Educational Heterogamy and Father-to-Son Occupational Mobility in 23 Industrial Nations: General Societal Openness or Compensatory Strategies of Reproduction?" Pp. in R. Luijkx (ed.). Comparative Loglinear Analyses of Social Mobility and Heterogamy.

    Comparative Stratification and Mobility ALBERT A. SIMKUS The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, U.S.A. SOCIAL INEQUALITY invites inegalitarian social orders are justified by arguments that inequality is functionally necessary or in- evitable, the existence of egalitarian societies challenges the legitimacy of such orders. In general, the issue involves matters of degree. Social mobility is most often discussed in terms of vertical mobility, which refers to movement between higher and lower status positions, or movement up and down the social ladder. Social mobility varies between countries and over time, with status more or less tied to social position at birth in different cultural contexts.

    educational opportunity. Two other comparative studies sought to remedy this. First, M¨uller & Karle () fitted log-linear models to CASMIN (Compara-tive Analysis of Social Mobility in Industrial Nations) data from nine European countries coded into comparable measures of class origin and educational qualifi-cations. Comparative social mobility research has identified two main mechanisms through which education can increase social fluidity (Breen and Jonsson, ). First, the so-called equalization effect suggests that the decreasing association between social origin and educational attainment can foster social .


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Luijkx. parameters of the mobility regime. Relative to other factors, industrialization and education have weaker effects on mobility regimes than has usually been supposed.

Three issues have dominated comparative studies of social mobility.' The starting point for most research is the thesis advanced by.

The paper is particularly focused on examining the impact of economic conditions, welfare state regimes and employment regulation on wage mobility. We apply a log-linear approach that is very much similar to a restricted multinomial logit model and much more flexible than the standard probit approach.

A Comparative Analysis Using restricted Multinomial Logit Regression. By Dimitris Pavlopoulos, (). Comparative Log-Linear Analyses of Social Mobility of Social Mobility and Heterogamy.

Rytina () programmed in GAUSS to develop scales for the US based upon RC-II association models for intergenerational mobility patterns Many other analyses of social mobility have included an analysis of social distance between occupational classes calculated through Comparative loglinear analyses of social mobility and heterogamy book log-linear modelling tools applied to the relevant context.

To study the nature of social mobility among scheduled castes. To study the main causes/contributing factors of social mobility among the scheduled castes.

Research Methodology Area under Study The study was conducted in NCR region of District Ghaziabad. It is situated in upper deep region of Ganga – Yamuna. In book: Encyclopedia of (Social change). Notably, further comparative. research (Breen, ) has found a general ten- fundamental analysis of social mobility is based.

on the. Loglinear analysis is applied to assess: (i) degree of association between education of spouses, (ii) patterns of barriers to intermarriage, (iii) variation in homogamy for partners with the same.

We use the British Household Panel Study to analyse change over birth cohorts in patterns of social mobility in England, Scotland and Wales. In several respects, our conclusions are similar to those reached by other authors on the basis of wider comparisons.

There has been a large growth in non-manual employment since the middle of the twentieth century. This book makes a significant contribution towards understanding the new class structures of post-industrial societies, and the changing processes of social stratification and mobility. Drawing together comparative research on the dynamics of social stratification in a number of key Western societies, the authors develop a framework for the analysis of post-industrial class formation.

Breen, R & Luijkx, RSocial mobility and education: A comparative analysis of period and cohort trends in Britain and Germany.

in S Scherer, R Pollak, G Otte & M Gangl (eds), From origin to destination: Trends and mechanisms in social stratification research. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt a. Main and New York, pp.

Abstract. In this chapter, we describe the construction of CAMSIS scales. We begin with a brief illustration of software code (Sect. We then comment on the underlying data on social connections between occupations which are used (Sects.and ), and some of the issues that emerge in relation to different ways of using data (Sects., and ).

Comparative research methods are central to sociology and its associated disciplines. This four-volume set brings together 77 articles and book chapters from key sources, spanning the history of comparative analysis in the social sciences, from ancient to modern works.

analysis, log-linear analysis, and life history methods. Social Mobility, Comparative Research, Methodology, History of Methods.

The founding fathers of sociology, among others Karl Marx, Max Weber and Vilfredo Pareto, were highly interested in the processes of social mobility and in. We examine the impact of specific wage-setting institutions, such as the collective bargaining and the trade union density, the employment protection regulation and the welfare state regime on wage mobility.

We apply a log-linear approach that is very much similar to a restricted multinomial logit model and much more flexible than the standard probit approach that is typically applied in the research on wage mobility.

Erik Olssen and Clyde Griffen, an historian of mobility in the United States, have worked on mobility in southern Dunedin for the best part of 15 years; Frank Jones, one of the pioneers of log-linear modelling in the social sciences, undertook the log linear : Paperback.

Social mobility is a term used to describe the movement of different individuals, families or groups through a system of social hierarchy.

It is a natural process that usually involves upward and downward movement. The study of social mobility examines how far and how easy a person can move within the social system. Patterns of Social Mobility: a Comparative Study of England, Wales and Scotland Abstract We use the life history data in the British Household Panel Study to analyse change over time (birth cohorts) in patterns of social mobility in England, Scotland and Wales, and to compare these three countries.

Comparative Social Mobility. S.M. Miller. Current Sociology 9: 1, Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download.

2 Social Mobility in Europe Introduction Today I want to talk about the findings of a project, and forthcoming book, Social Mobility in Europe (Richard Breen, ed., Oxford University Press, ), that looks at social mobility in 11 European countries over a period of almost 30 years.In log-linear analyses, we show that (a) occupations are an important conduit for reproduction, (b) the most extreme rigidities in the mobility regime are only revealed when analyses are carried out at the detailed occupational level, and (c) much of what shows up as big-class reproduction in conventional mobility analyses is in fact.Homogamy in parental social class and educational level is analysed with log-linear models for contingency tables.

Log-linear models have been extensively used in analyses of homogamy because they enable the analysis of the association between the partners’ statuses while controlling for the confounding effect of marginal distributions.