By Michael Hout
Explains the main generic equipment for reading cross-classified facts on occupational origins and locations. Hout experiences vintage definitions, versions, and resources of mobility info, in addition to common operations for studying mobility tables. Tabular and picture screens illustrate the dialogue all through.
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Labor force in farming contributes to the unbalanced inflow / outflow pattern for farm occupations. 9 percent of farmers in 1973 have farm origins. S. (or other) economy, and differential fertility. Another elementary operation is the calculation of the index of dissimilarity between the outflow proportions for two origins or between the inflow proportions for two destinations. The index of dissimilarity is the sum of positive differences between two proportional distributions. 354 The index of dissimilarity measures the proportion of cases that would have to be reclassified in order to make the two sets of outflow proportions identical.
OR (2) Iversen, G. , & Norpoth, H. 1976. Analysis of variance. Sage University Paper series on Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences, series no. 07-001. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Page 3 Contents Series Editor's Introduction 5 1. Analyzing Mobility Tables 7 The Basics 8 Sources of Mobility Data 10 Elementary Operations 11 c2 Tests Applied to the Mobility Table 13 Odds Ratios 16 Mobility Ratios 16 2. Independence in Parts of the Table 18 Quasi-Perfect Mobility Defined 19 A Log-Linear Model of Quasi-Perfect Mobility 19 Quasi-Perfect Mobility Results 21 Barriers to Mobility at the Top and Bottom: The Corners Model 23 Symmetrical Association 25 3.
005). This last point demonstrates the utility of QS as a diagnostic model (see also Hauser, 1979). Duncan (1981) shows how to use S, QS, and HM in the analysis of panel data. 3. Social Distance Models The QPM and corners models considered in the preceding section are special cases of a general model developed by Goodman (1972a). In this section more members of this class are considered. These models order categories along a status or other dimension. In most cases the intervals defined by the ordering of occupational categories are assumed to be equal.
Mobility Tables (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences) by Michael Hout