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The Pattern of Social Fluidity within the British Class Structure: a Topological Model

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It has previously been shown that across three British birth cohorts, relative rates of intergenerational social class mobility have remained at an essentially constant level among men and also among women who have worked only full-time. We aim now to establish the pattern of this prevailing level of social fluidity and its sources and to determine whether it too persists over time, and to bring out its implications for inequalities in relative mobility chances. We develop a parsimonious mode...

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10.1111/rssa.12234

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University of Oxford
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SSD
Department:
Social Policy & Intervention
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University of Oxford
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Nuffield College
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Economic and Social Research Council
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ES/I038187/1
Publisher:
Wiley
Journal:
Journal of Royal Statistical Society: Series A More from this journal
Volume:
180
Issue:
3
Pages:
841-862
Publication date:
2016-09-18
Acceptance date:
2016-07-01
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EISSN:
1467-985X
ISSN:
0964-1998
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pubs:634781
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uuid:698a53ae-4d97-4859-9abc-e57299900f93
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634781
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2016-07-21

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