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A longitudinal study of the occupational attainments of a national sample of male college graduates suggests, contrary to prevailing thought, that college origins do have a direct impact upon status attainment. They do so, however, only among professional occupations, rather than among...
The question for research is: what effect does job autonomy have on the sense of vulnerability expressed by those working for tips rather than for contracted wages? Vulnerability, the dependent variable, is a measure of the worker's perception of risk attached to working under such an...
This essay discusses some important methodological problems involved in the testing of Blau's theory of occupational differentiation with cross-national data. We argued that there are two critical problems which preclude such testing at present; namely, the inadequacy of available occupational...
This study examines the basis of hostility toward collective bargaining by professionals as attitudes develop during professional training. Comparisons are made among law students in different class years within a school. Data on the relationship between background, motivation to enter law,...
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