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Studies on the relation between class and voting behaviour traditionally use measures of absolute class voting (Alford indices), and apply simple class schemes (a manual/non-manual class dichotomy). Almost all these studies showed that levels of class voting differed between countries and that...
The question addressed here is whether, and to what extent, social class origin has an impact on earnings among people with similar educational credentials and similar occupational positions. It is argued that earnings advantages of those originating in the upper or upper-middle classes are...
Attitudes toward unconventional and casual forms of sexuality and toward extramarital relations as well as the appearance of parallel (extra) sexual relationships are studied in three sexual generations. These are constructed on the basis of sexual norms and practices prevailing at the time of...
Gabriel Tarde (1843-1904) has given significant contributions to criminology, to social interaction theory and to diffusion research. Diffusion refers to spreading of social or cultural properties from one society or environment to another. Tarde created his own system of sociology, based on...
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