Handbook of Social Status Correlates
Handbook of Social Status Correlates summarizes 200 years of research on social status, organizing those studies by similar subject and then identifying for the reader in tabular form which studies showed positive, negative, or no outcomes in regard to being associated with the traits measured. Each table is followed by a conclusion indicating what the preponderance of evidence indicates. Tables also sort findings by countries, allowing an easy view to when cultural considerations may have had an impact on findings. When special subpopulations were sampled, racial or ethnic identifiers appear in parentheses immediately following the relevant citation.
The most widely used measures of social status are years of education, occupational prestige, and income, although there are also several secondary measures.
- Summarizes 200 years of research on social status in tabular form
- Features 300+ tables on social status variables
- Splits findings by countries to understand cultural considerations
- Synthesizes results with summary of evidence over time
|Titel:||Handbook of Social Status Correlates|
|auteur:||Ratnasingam, Malini; Hoskin, Anthony W.; Ellis, Lee|
|Afmetingen:||276 x 216|
Offers a tabular overview of how social status indicators are related to traits associated with variations in social status