Family and Labour Market Studies: The Application of Event History Analysis (2)
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Session 5
Career Mobility and Labor Market Analysis

Session 6
Family Formation and Social Demography

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5. Career Mobility and Labor Market Analysis


Blossfeld, Hans-Peter (1986): "Career Opportunities in the Federal Republic of Germany: A Dynamic Approach to the Study of Life-Course, Cohort, and Period Effects." European Sociological Review 2 (3): 208-225.
URL: 0266-7215%28198612%292%3A3%3C208%3ACOITFR%3E2.0.CO%3B2-%23

Diewald, Martin, Heike Solga, and Anne Goedicke (forthcoming): "Devaluations and Revaluations: How Did Individual Assets and Characteristics Contribute to Labour Market Success and Failure after 1989?” In: Martin Diewald, Anne Goedicke, and Karl Ulrich Mayer (eds.), Continuity and Change: Life Courses of East Germans Before and After 1989. Berlin.

Mayer, Karl Ulrich and Glenn R. Carroll (1987): "Jobs and Classes: Structural Constraints on Career Mobility." European Sociological Review 3 (1): 14-38
URL: 0266-7215%28198705%293%3A1%3C14%3AJACSCO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-E

Rosenfeld, Rachel A. (1992): "Job Mobility and Career Processes." Annual Review of Sociology 18: 39-61.
URL: 10.1146/

Sorensen, Aage B. and Arne L. Kalleberg (2001): "An Outline of a Theory of the Matching of Persons to Jobs." In: David B. Grusky (eds.), Social Stratification. Class, Race and Gender in Sociological Perspective, 2nd revised edition. Boulder: Westview Press, Pp. 438-446.

Background Literature:

Drobnic, Sonja, Hans-Peter Blossfeld, and Gotz Rohwer (1999): "Dynamics of Women's Employment Patterns over the Family Life Course: A Comparison of the United States and Germany." Journal of Marriage and the Family 61 (1: February): 133-146.
URL: 0022-2445%28199902%2961%3A1%3C133%3ADOWEPO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5

Heinz, Walter R. (2003): "From Work Trajectories to Negotiated Careers: The Contingent Work Life Course." In: Jeylan T. Mortimer and Michael J. Shanahan (eds.), Handbook of the Life Course. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, Pp. 185-204.

Kalleberg, Arne L. and Aage B. Sorensen (1979): "The Sociology of Labor Markets." Annual Review of Sociology 5: 351-379.
URL: 0360-0572%281979%295%3C351%3ATSOLM%3E2.0.CO%3B2-I

Mayer, Karl Ulrich, Martin Diewald, and Heike Solga (1999): "Transitions to Post-Communism in East Germany: Worklife Mobility of Women and Men between 1989 and 1993." Acta Sociologica 42 (1): 35-53.
URL: PF9DMWTRYR2V367RVVTK/Contributions/A/D/8/J/AD8JCAE3PWJGD65J.pdf

Mayer, Karl Ulrich, David L. Featherman, L. Kevin Selbee, and Tom Colbjornsen (1989): "Class Mobility During the Working Life: A Comparison of Germany and Norway." In: Melvin L. Kohn (eds.), Cross-national Research in Sociology. Newbury Park: SAGE Publications, Pp. 218-239.

Oppenheimer, Valerie K. and Matthijs Kalmijn (1995): "Life Cycle Jobs." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 14: 1-38.

Sichermann, Nachum and Oded Galor (1990): "A Theory of Career Mobility." Journal of Political Economy 98 (1): 169-192.
URL: 0022-3808%28199002%2998%3A1%3C169%3AATOCM%3E2.0.CO%3B2-E

Zhou, Xueguang and Liren Hou (1999): "Children of the Cultural Revolution: The State and the Life Course in the People's Republic of China." American Sociological Review 64 (February): 12-36.
URL: 0003-1224%28199902%2964%3A1%3C12%3ACOTCRT%3E2.0.CO%3B2-Y

6. Family Formation and Social Demography


Blossfeld, Hans-Peter and Johannes Huinink (1991): "Human Capital Investments or Norms of Role Transition? How women's schooling and career affect the process of family formation." American Journal of Sociology 97 (1 (July 1991)): 143-168.
URL: 0002-9602%28199107%2997%3A1%3C143%3AHCIONO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-8

Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Erik Klijking, Katharina Pohl, and Gotz Rohwer (1999): "Why Do Cohabiting Couples Marry? An Example of a Causal Event History Approach to Interdependent Systems." Quality and Quantity 33 (3): 229-242.

Huinink, Johannes and Michaela Kreyenfeld (2004): "Family formation in times of social and economic change: an analysis of the 1971 East German cohort." WP-2004-013 (April 2004). Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock.
URL: paper.plx?debug=0&listtype=-98&personalid=63&pubid= 1626&field1=&field2=&field3=&logic1=&logic2=

Huinink, Johannes and Karl Ulrich Mayer (1995): "Gender, Social Inequality, and Family Formation in West Germany." In: Karen Oppenheim Mason and An-Magrit Jensen (eds.), Gender and Family Change in Industrialized Countries. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Pp. 168-199.

Background Literature:

Blossfeld, Hans-Peter (eds.) (1995): The New Role of Women. Family Formation in Modern Societies. Boulder et al.: Westview Press, 266 pp.

DiPrete, Thomas A. and Patricia A. McManus (2000): "Family Change, Employment Transitions, and the Welfare State: Household Income Dynamics in the United States and Germany." American Sociological Review 65 (3: June): 343-370.
URL: 0003-1224%28200006%2965%3A3%3C343%3AFCETAT%3E2.0.CO%3B2-P

Mills, Melinda and Hans-Peter Blossfeld (2001): "A Causal Approach to Interrelated Family Events: A Cross-National Comparison of Cohabitation, Nonmarital Conception, and Marriage." Canadian Studies in Population. Special Issue on Longitudinal Methodology 28 (2): 409-437.

Oppenheimer, Valerie Kincade (1988): "A Theory of Marriage Timing: Assortative Mating Under Varying Degrees of Uncertainty." American Journal of Sociology 94 (3): 563-591.
URL: 0002-9602%28198811%2994%3A3%3C563%3AATOMT%3E2.0.CO%3B2-C