Occupational mobility in Australia : a career and generational study based on birth and marriage records of New South Wales
All societies, even the simplest, must maintain themselves through func tional skills transmitted from each generation to the next. In broad configuration, skills may be called occupations. The characteristics of the transmission process differ among societies and the process of occupational transmission has been a topic of considerable interest for scholars in several disciplines. Historical and contemporary patterns of occupational transmission have been present ed by some...[Show more]
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