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Labor market barriers can be defined as a preference by employers for people experienced either in their own firms, or in similar work in other firms. Such barriers follow industrial lines, especially in industries with skilled workers and high mobility. The employers' preferences in turn give...
The long tradition of empirical studies on social mobility has given us a rather comprehensive knowledge of that process. The relevance of this knowledge to class structuration is the main problem discussed in this article. Social mobility viewed as a phenomenon creating blurred class boundaries...
The essay criticizes the prevalent conceptual apparatus of stratification and mobility for not coming to terms with social development proper. Some inherent logic is acknowledged, given the presuppositions, but because of their inadequacy the field under scrutiny comes to be charac terized by...
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