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Structural contexts of opportunities

Author: Blau, Peter M. Publisher: University of Chicago Press, 1994.Language: EnglishDescription: 229 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0226057291Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Structural Contexts of Opportunities Structural Contexts of Opportunities Preface ix One Macrostructural Concepts I Population Structures 3 . Opportunities and Constraints 8. Emergent Structural Properties I I . Theoretical Objectives 15. Conclusions 19. Two Formal Theory of Population Structure 21 Population Structure and Social Relations 22. Intergroup Relations 28. Mobility, Conpict, and Change 3 6 . Multilevel Structural Analysis 46. Conclusions 5 0 . Three Testing Theoretical Implications 5 3 Research Procedure and Early Tests 5 4 . Differentiation and lntermarriage 6 0 . lntersection and lntermarriage 6 9 . Penetrating Differentiation 7 7 . Conclusions 80. Appendix: Correlations of Intermarriage, Heterogeneity, Inequality, and Intersection 83. Four Occupational Chances 90 Occupational Structure 9 I . Who Benefits from Career Opportunities? 9 8 . EconomicSectorsand LaborDemand 1 0 5 . Social Mobility I I O . Conclusions I I 6 . Five Structural Context and Organizations I 20 Population Structure and Organizational Development r z r . Interrelations of Groups and Substructures r z 6 . Formal Organizations 130. Firms and Markets 137. Conclusions 142. Six Social Exchange 144 Transition Reversed 146. Formulation of Exchange Theory 152. Imbalance in Exchange 158. impersonal Power 163. Conclusions 169. Seven Historical Developments r 73 Demographic Trends 174. Industrial Revolution 181. Division of Labor and Growth 186. Changes in the Rate of Growth 193. Conclusions 203. Bibliography Author Index Subject Index 209 2I 9 223

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