Research in Social Stratification and MobilityEdited by
- Kevin T Leicht
Volume 20 of Research in Social Stratification and Mobility continues to remain at the forefront of the diverse group of social scientists who study social inequality and is now the official publication of the Social Stratification Research Group of the International Sociological Association (RC-28). This issue features a comprehensive retrospective on the 40 years of contributions to social stratification research made by the late William Sewell and the Wisconsin Longitudinal Survey, including an all-inclusive bibliography of publications. Other contributions address the growing differences between workers with full-time jobs and various categories of the underemployed (in Israel, the United States and Germany), social mobility in Korea and Sweden, subjective responses to social inequality and the social consequences of status inconsistency, and analyses of class consciousness and growing wealth inequality in the OECD.
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility
Hardbound, 438 Pages
Published: December 2003
Imprint: Jai Press (elsevier)
- Introduction (K.T. Leicht). The Wisconsin Longitudinal Study Turns 40: A Tribute to William H. Sewell. As we age: a review of the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study, 1957-2001 (W.H. Sewell et al.). Comparative Analysis of Employment and Underemployment. The gender stratification of employment hardship: queuing, opportunity structure, and economic cycles (S. Alon). Change in part-time work across occupations, 1970-1990 (N. Cassirer). Labor market structure and reemployment rates: unemployment dynamics in West Germany and the United States (M. Gangl). Social Mobility in Distinctive Institutional Settings. Intergenerational social mobility among Korean men in comparative perspective (H. Park). Do opposites attract? How inequality affects mobility in the labor market (M. Tahlin). The Stratification Implications of Status Inconsistency and Role Conflict. Unmet expectations: the effect of status inconsistency on quitting and internal job changing (W.E.B.D. Creed, I. Saporta). Organizational and professional commitment in professional and nonprofessional organizations: the case of nurse doctorates (A.P. Finley et al.).The Continuing Salience of Class Power and Class Consciousness. The power of property in comparative perspective (L.E. Raffalovich, E. Vesselinov). Finding class consciousness in the new economy (M. Wallace, A. Junisbaev).