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- Sociology Press
- Jonsson Jan / Mills, Colin
- black & white illustrations
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- 49:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 520 g
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Cradle to Grave: Life-Course Change in Modern Sweden589
Including studies that capture the life-course from the cradle to the grave, this book provides long-term consequences of childhood conditions; family formation and school-careers; and others. It sheds light on the relation between family and work. It is aimed at those interested in the Swedish welfare state and in the reproduction of inequality.
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Jan O. Jonsson is Professor of Sociology at the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University. Colin Mills is senior lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science
Introduction. Family, work and inequality in life-course perspective Jan O. Jonsson and Colin Mills; Towards a post-Fordist life-course regime? Generational changes in transitions and volatility Jan O. Jonsson; The long shadow of socioeconomic conditions during childhood: do they affect class inequalities in mortality? Ingemar Kreholt; Family formation and participation in higher education. Crosscutting life events? Ursula Henz; Giving birth without giving up. Return to employment and return to work amongst women Jan O. Jonsson and Colin Mills; The sooner the better? Parental leave duration and women's occupational career Jan O. Jonsson and Colin Mills; Divorce and labour market outcomes: Do women suffer or gain? Marie Evertsson; Gendered promotion processes in the labour market: Do inequalities accrue or attenuate? Mia Hultin; What you see is not always what you get. Imperfect information in the job-worker matching process, and its consequences for the attainment of job status Magnus Bygren; Household income dynamics. Mobility out of and into low income over the life-course Johan Fritzell and Ursula Henz; Why do graduates live longer? Education, occupation, family and mortality during the 1990s Robert Erikson; The Swedish level of living surveys: A general overview and description of the event history data Jan O. Jonsson and Colin Mills