Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940

Schulz W, Maas I (2012)
European Sociological Review 28(2): 220-240.

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Schulz, WiebkeUniBi; Maas, Ineke
Erscheinungsjahr
2012
Zeitschriftentitel
European Sociological Review
Band
28
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
220-240
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2912888

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Schulz W, Maas I. Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940. European Sociological Review. 2012;28(2):220-240.
Schulz, W., & Maas, I. (2012). Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940. European Sociological Review, 28(2), 220-240. doi:10.1093/esr/jcq060
Schulz, W., and Maas, I. (2012). Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940. European Sociological Review 28, 220-240.
Schulz, W., & Maas, I., 2012. Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940. European Sociological Review, 28(2), p 220-240.
W. Schulz and I. Maas, “Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940”, European Sociological Review, vol. 28, 2012, pp. 220-240.
Schulz, W., Maas, I.: Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940. European Sociological Review. 28, 220-240 (2012).
Schulz, Wiebke, and Maas, Ineke. “Studying Career Success--the Role of Resources and Norms for Occupational Status Attainment in The Netherlands, 1865-1940”. European Sociological Review 28.2 (2012): 220-240.

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