Occupational Cognition and Similarity

  • Anthony P. M. Coxon
  • Charles L. Jones
Part of the Edinburgh Studies in Sociology book series (ESIS)


Despite its sometimes elusive properties, cognition is central to any sociological account of meaningful behaviour, since it refers to the ways in which the actor relates to the world, how he defines the situation, and how the objects in the situation are construed and given meaning.


Civil Servant Educational Qualification Similarity Judgement Occupational Structure Collective Representation 
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© Anthony P.M. Coxon and Charles L. Jones 1978

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  • Anthony P. M. Coxon
  • Charles L. Jones

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