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100 1  Hahn, Sophie,|eauthor 
245 14 The risk of downward mobility in educational attainment :
       |bchildren of higher-educated parents in Germany /|cby 
       Sophie Hahn 
264  1 Wiesbaden :|bSpringer Fachmedien Wiesbaden :|bImprint: 
       Springer VS,|c2016 
300    1 online resource (xv, 199 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  Life course research 
505 0  Inter- and intra-generational downward mobility in Germany
       -- Re-entering the academic pathway after starting 
       vocational training -- Access to tertiary education and 
       dropout 
520    Sophie Hahn analyses downward mobility in educational 
       attainment from a sociological life-course perspective. In
       order to avoid status loss children of higher-educated 
       parents have to persevere through long educational 
       careers. How large is their risk of intergenerational 
       downward mobility in educational attainment and how does 
       it shape their educational pathways? Does their parents' 
       education still play a role in decisions at late stages of
       the educational career such as dropping out of and re-
       entering higher education? Drawing on retrospective 
       longitudinal data of the German National Education Panel 
       Study (NEPS) this book addresses these questions. Contents
       Inter- and intra-generational downward mobility in Germany
       Re-entering the academic pathway after starting vocational
       training< Access to tertiary education and dropout Target 
       Groups Researchers and students of Sociology and 
       Educational Science Experts, policy advisors and 
       practitioners in education The Author Sophie Hahn is 
       research associate at the German Youth Institute. Her 
       research interests lie in the field of education, early 
       childhood education and social inequality 
650  0 Educational sociology|zGermany 
650  0 Social structure 
650  0 Equality 
650 14 Social Sciences 
650 24 Sociology of Education 
650 24 Social Structure, Social Inequality 
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830  0 Life course research 
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