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This paper reports the results of a seven-year longitudinal case study that analyzes the biographic importance of school for the life course of adolescents in West Germany. First, an overview of the German school system and its social-status implications is given. The results of our empirical...
Recent labor market problems in the Federal Republic of Germany have spurred research on the status passage from school to work. However, those problems are distributed unevenly, varying drastically among the 11 Lander (states), between more and less urbanized regions, and between males and...
International comparisons have intrinsic interest but are also useful means of understanding our own society more thoroughly. West Germany's school system presents several contrasts with the United States'. At the secondary level it is far more differentiated, containing three distinct types of...
The present investigation examined the relationship between substance use and the adolescent's experiences with peers, family, and school. Subjects were two cohorts of normal adolescents (one in early and the other in middle adolescence) participating in the Berlin Youth Longitudinal Study in...
As West German youth have confronted restricted opportunities for employment and training, some observers have predicted that they would become either rebellious or hopeless. A longitudinal interview study of 200 youth in Bremen, a city with a very depressed economy, reveals that they tend to...
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