» » Who Marries Whom?: Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies (European Studies of Population)

Who Marries Whom?: Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies (European Studies of Population) ePub download

by Hans-Peter Blossfeld,A. Timm

  • Author: Hans-Peter Blossfeld,A. Timm
  • ISBN: 1402016824
  • ISBN13: 978-1418908065
  • ePub: 1127 kb | FB2: 1831 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Springer; 2003 edition (December 31, 2003)
  • Pages: 342
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 428
  • Format: azw rtf lrf txt
Who Marries Whom?: Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies (European Studies of Population) ePub download

In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern . Who Marries whom in Great Britain? Pages 171-194. Hans-Peter Blossfeld.

In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective. The countries included in this book vary widely in important characteristics such as demographic behavior and institutional characteristics.

Request PDF On Sep 26, 2005, Anne-Rigt Poortman and others published . P Hans-Peter Blossfeld und Andreas Timm (H. : Who marries whom?

Request PDF On Sep 26, 2005, Anne-Rigt Poortman and others published . P. How we measure 'reads'. Hans-Peter Blossfeld und Andreas Timm (H. : Who marries whom?

Who Marries Whom? book. In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective

Who Marries Whom? book. Marriage and social inequality are closely interrelated  . In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective.

Читать бесплатно книгу Who marries whom?. Educational systems as marriage markets in modern societies () и другие произведения в разделе Каталог. Доступны электронные, печатные и аудиокниги, музыкальные произведения, фильмы. На сайте вы можете найти издание, заказать доставку или забронировать. Возможна доставка в удобную библиотеку.

3. Who Marries Whom in Flemish Belgium? M. Corijn. 4. Who Marries Whom in France? D. Goux, E. Maurin. 5. The When and Whom of First Marriage in The Netherlands; . De Graaf, W. Smeenk, W. Ultee, A. Timm. 6. Who Marries Whom in Italy? F. Bernardi. 7. Who Marries Whom in Spain? . 8. Who Marries Whom in Great Britain? Tak Wing Chan, B. Halpin.

About the Contributors 5. The When and Whom of First Marriage in The Netherlands . Who Marries Whom in Italy?

3. About the Contributors. 1. Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies: A Conceptual Framework . 2. Who Marries Whom in West Germany? . 3. ONTINUE READING.

Who Marries Whom? Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Balancing work and family life in Japan and four European countries: econometric analyses on mothers’ employment and timing of maternity’, Amsterdam: Thela Thesis. New mothers’ employment and public policy in the . Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Japan’, Labour 19: 5–49.

Educational systems as marriage markets in modern societies, Dordrecht, 2003. ND De Graaf, W Smeenk, W Ultee, A Timm. HP Blossfeld, A Timm. Educational systems as marriage markets in modern societies, Dordrecht, 2003. Who Marries Whom?, 79-111, 2003. Assortative mating in cross-national comparison: A summary of results and conclusions. Who Marries Whom?, 331-342, 2003.

Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, and Andreas Timm (Ed. fertility in Europe, Population Studies 58(2), 161-176, Livi-Bacci, Massimo. Too few children and too much family. Who Marries Whom? Educational Systems As Marriage Markets in Modern Societies. Sevilla-Sanz, Almudena.

Marriage and social inequality are closely interrelated. Marriage is dependent on the structure of marriage markets, and marriage patterns have consequences for social inequality. This book demonstrates that in most modern societies the educa­ tional system has become an increasingly important marriage market, particularly for those who are highly qualified. Educational expansion in general and the rising educational participation of women in particular unintentionally have increased the rate of "assortative meeting" and assortative mating across birth cohorts. Rising educational homogamy means that social inequality is further enhanced through marriage because better (and worse) educated single men and women pool their economic and sociocultural advantages (and disadvantages) within couples. In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective. Using life-history data from a broad range of industrialized countries and longitudinal statistical models, we analyze the process of spouse selection in the life courses of single men and women, step by step. The countries included in this book vary widely in important characteristics such as demographic behavior and institutional characteristics. The life course approach explicitly recognizes the dynamic nature of partner decisions, the importance of educational roles and institutional circum­ stances as young men and women move through their life paths, and the cumulation of advantages and disadvantages experienced by individuals.