Title:From mother to daughter : changes in intergenerational educational and occupational mobility in Germany Author(s):MINELLO, Alessandra; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2014Citation:
- International studies in sociology of education, 2014, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 65-84
Type:ArticleAbstract:Recent decades have seen a dramatic expansion in the educational attainment and occupational opportunities of German women. Both the educational and occupational positions of the mothers and those of their daughters are ...
Title:Linking the macro to the micro : a multidimensional approach to educational inequalities in four European countries Author(s):BUKODI, Erzsebet; EIBL, Ferdinand; BUCHHOLZ, Sandra; MARZADRO, Sonia; MINELLO, Alessandra; WAHLER, Susanne; BLOSSFELD, Hans Peter; ERIKSON, Robert; SCHIZZEROTTO, AntonioDate:2018Citation:
- European societies, 2018, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 26-64
Type:ArticleAbstract:Recent research into educational inequalities has shown the importance of decomposing social origins into parental class, status and education, representing economic, socio-cultural and educational family resources, ...
Title:From parents to children : the impact of mothers' and fathers' educational attainments on those of their sons and daughters in West Germany Author(s):MINELLO, Alessandra; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2017Citation:
- British journal of sociology of education, 2017, Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. 686-704
Type:ArticleAbstract:Empirical studies have repeatedly shown that in Germany educational success still strongly depends on the social origin of individuals. Using the National Educational Panel Study, we analyse the effects of fathers' and ...