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Johan Asplund holds an exceptional position in Swedish sociology. Although widely read, his books do not fit the normal scientific pattern, which makes him into something of a riddle to many sociologists. In this essay, I consider Asplund's work as...
The educational system is assumed to facilitate our full participation in society by laying the foundation for participatory rights and possibilities and at the same time strengthening civil society by fostering its individuals into democratic...
What we do when we get home is influenced by what we do at work. In this article I analyse the relationship between market work and domestic activities from the perspectives of economic theories of time use, i.e. the work–leisure model (compares...
The primary goal of this article is to examine the impact of credential inflation on educational attainment in twentieth-century United States. To do so, we create a measure of ‘intergenerational credential inflation’ (intergeneration inflation...
The purpose of this article is to follow the development of the Swedish gender earnings gap through the 1980s and 1990s. We follow the changes in the wage gap and in factors to which it can be related year-by-year by analysing crosssectional data...
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