How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities

Kaiser T (2015)
Bielefeld.

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Kaiser T. How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities. Bielefeld; 2015.
Kaiser, T. (2015). How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities. Bielefeld.
Kaiser, T. (2015). How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities. Bielefeld.
Kaiser, T., 2015. How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities, Bielefeld.
T. Kaiser, How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities, Bielefeld: 2015.
Kaiser, T.: How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities. Bielefeld (2015).
Kaiser, Till. How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality: the unequal development of conscientiousness and its relevance in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequalities. Bielefeld, 2015.
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