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Following in Father’s Footsteps

Social Mobility in Ireland

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HARDCOVER

$116.50 • £93.95 • €105.00

ISBN 9780674307285

Publication Date: 12/18/1989

Short

384 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

12 line illustrations, 65 tables

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  • Introduction
  • 1. The Context of Social Change in Ireland
  • 2. The Irish Mobility Study
  • 3. Exchange, Structure, and Mobility
  • 4. The Gap between Working Class and Middle Class
  • 5. The Occupational Mobility of Farmers’ Sons
  • 6. Scales, Levels, and Dimensions of Mobility
  • 7. Religion and Mobility in Northern Ireland
  • 8. Expanding Schools, Persistent Inequality
  • 9. The Socioeconomic Life Cycle
  • 10. The Microdynamics of Industrialization
  • 11. New Opportunities, Old Inequalities
  • Appendix Tables
  • Notes
  • References
  • Index

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