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From Education to Work. Cross National Perspectives. Raffe, David Brannen, Karen and Croxford, Linda 2001. The Transition from School to Work in the Early 1990s: A comparison of England, Wales and Scotland. Journal of Education and Work, Vol. 14, Issue.
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The transition to parenthood represents a fateful moment of biographical reorientation (George, 1993;Heinz, 1999), which is particularly interesting to study as it may reveal how shifting individual resources influence the division of paid activities among partners (Giudici, 2011). During this transition, the newborn becomes a focus point (Belsky and Rovine, 1984;Feld, 1981;Rossi, 1968) around which social support and exchanges intensify (Belsky and Rovine, 1984).
Walter Richard Heinz, German Sociology educator. Alienation, International Sociological Association (board directors since 1986), American Sociological Association, Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Soziologie. Visiting chair for European and German Studies, University Toronto, Canada, 1995-1996.
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From Education to Work: Cross-National Perspectives. Kathryn Borman, "From Education to Work: Cross-National Perspectives. Walter R. Heinz," American Journal of Sociology 105, no. 5 (Ma. 2000): 1502-1504.
From Education to Work Cross-National Perspectives. This book contains empirical studies of school-to-work transitions from several Western countries.
From Education to Work Cross-National Perspectives. From Education to Work Cross-National Perspectives. Cambridge University Press. Published February 13, 1999 by Cambridge University Press.