216 ENZO MINGIONE should also discover when and why s/he became unemployed, how old s/he was and what work experience s/he has already had and one should also assume that the time spent unemployed, looking for work, or in casual jobs is very important too. At this point the researcher has a great deal of information, but it is a real luxury to be able to dedicate a lot of time and human resources to penetrating the thick jungle of variables in order to construct correct correlations. One of the riddles arises from the second type of luxury: the very fact that there is so much information and the difﬁculty of choosing those points which should take on an important interpretative meaning. But the difﬁculties do not stop here. Precisely in this historical moment when, at last, we have the technical and ﬁnancial means to develop longitudinal studies – national and European panels are becoming ‘old’ enough to permit in-depth long term analyses to be carried out and many welfare agencies have electronic archives which can be used for research – the instability and heterogeneity of family and work biographies are complicating the picture. Longitudinal analysis requires standard parameters
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 19, 2004
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