Cutting-Edge Research in Social Stratification

Wednesday, 18 July 2018: 15:30-17:20
RC28 Social Stratification (host committee)

Language: English

This session is reserved for presentation in the poster format. It provides an opportunity for RC28 scholars and those who work on the issue of social stratification to present their up-to-date research to the ISA audience.  The session welcomes any contribution related to the issue of social inequality.
Session Organizer:
Hiroshi ISHIDA, University of Tokyo, Japan
Class, Class Identity and Musical Omnivorousness: Plurivores or Diversivores
Lorenzo D'HOOGE, Tilburg University, Netherlands; Peter ACHTERBERG, Tilburg University, Netherlands; Tim REESKENS, Tilburg University, Netherlands
Analysing Differences in the Cultural Field Using Facebook Data
Maximilian WEBER, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Gender Occupational Segregation and Its Impact on the Gender Wage Gap Among Migrants in China
Siyang KONG, Utrecht University, Netherlands; Ineke MAAS, Utrecht University, Netherlands; Marco H.D. VAN LEEUWEN, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Generative Process of Wage Gap: Analyses of Nation-Wide Employer-Employee Matched Data
Koji TAKAHASHI, Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training, Japan
“I Mostly Took Pictures of Things That Were Special to Me”: A Photo-Voice Project on Children’s Home Reading Practices
Cathlene HILLIER, University of Waterloo, Canada; Janice AURINI, University of Waterloo, Canada
Understanding the Mobility Chances of Children from Working-Class Backgrounds in Britain: How Important Are Cognitive Ability and Locus of Control?
Bastian BETTHAEUSER, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Mollie BOURNE, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Subjective Demands on Occupational Positions and Their Consequences for Social Mobility Analyses
Dominik BECKER, University of Tuebingen, Germany; Steffen HILLMERT, University of Tuebingen, Germany
The Relationship between Political and Ethnic Identity Among UK Ethnic Minority and Majority Populations
Lucinda PLATT, Department of Social Policy, LSE, United Kingdom; Alita NANDI, UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX, United Kingdom
New Tools, Novel Consequences: Testing Unconditional Quantile Regression Using Simulated Data
Nicolai BORGEN, University of Oslo, Norway; Oyvind Nicolay WIBORG, University of Oslo, Norway
Gendered Returns to the Study of High Level Mathematics and English for the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank
Joanna SIKORA, Australian National University, Australia; David PITT, Macquarie University, Australia
Non-Standard Employment and Increasing Wage Inequality in Japan
Namie NAGAMATSU, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan