Social Mobility in Britain: The Old Evidence
contributed materially to the theoretical debate on British stratification. Indeed, theories of British occupational mobility, so far from being derived from some broad body of speculative sociology, have tended to ground themselves in an agreed reading of the findings of the 1949 inquiry, differing from one another only in the supposed mechanisms and processes which they postulate to explain those findings. (Hope, 1975, pp. 1–2)
KeywordsHousehold Head Social Mobility Occupational Structure Differential Fertility Occupational Distribution
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