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eBook Opportunity and Uncertainty: Life Course Experiences of the Class of '73 ePub

by Paul Anisef,Paul Axelrod

  • ISBN: 0802048358
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Paul Anisef,Paul Axelrod
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 368
  • ePub book: 1915 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1694 kb
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Opportunity and uncertainty: Life course experiences of the class of'73. Between two worlds: The experiences and concerns of immigrant youth in Ontario. KM Kilbride, P Anisef, E Baichman-Anisef, R Khattar.

Opportunity and uncertainty: Life course experiences of the class of'73. P Anisef, P Axelrod, E Baichman-Anisef. University of Toronto Press, 2000. CERIS Project Report. 570} Retrieved August 24, 2005, 2001.

Opportunity and Uncertainty book. Structural forces such as social class, gender, ethnicity, and race played an unmistakable role in the lives of the Class of '73. So, too, did human agency.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2000, Paul Anisef and others published Opportunity and Uncertainty: Life .

Paul Axelrod is Professor at York University. Библиографические данные. Opportunity and Uncertainty: Life Course Experiences of the Class of '73.

Etta baichman-anisef. This book outlines and analyses the experiences of a group of late ‘baby-boomers’ that was first contacted in 1973 when enrolled in grade 12 classes in different regions of Ontario. Over twenty-two years elapsed between our first survey of these respondents and our last study in 1995. The preceding chapters charted the twists and bends in the life course pathways of the Class of ’73 from grade 12 to the leading edge of middle age. The interplay between structure and agency, and between stability and change, was carefully examined as we followed the lives of this baby-boom cohort.

Life Course Experiences of the Class of '73. by Paul Anisef and Paul Axelrod.

book by Paul Axelrod. Opportunity and Uncertainty : Life Course Experiences of the Class of '73.

Opportunity and uncertainty: life course experiences of the class of '7. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Axelrod, . Anisef, P. (Ed. Making a middle class: student life in English Canada during the thirties.

Opportunity and uncertainty: life course experiences of the class of '73. Axelrod, P. (1997, 1999, 2003). The promise of schooling: education in Canada, 1800-1914. Transitions: schooling and employment in Canada. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishers. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. Reid, J. Youth, university, and Canadian society: essays in the social history of higher education.

Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod, Etta Baichman-Anisef, Carl James, and Anton Turrittin. Opportunity and Uncertainty: Life Course Experiences of the Class of ‘73. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000.

Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod, Walter R. Heinz, Helga Krueger, Victor W. Marshall, Anil Kumar Verma. Frederick T. Evers, Paul Anisef, +6 authors Zhimiao Lin. 2001. 3. Educational Pathways. Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod.

Anisef, . Baichman-Anisef, . James, . & Turrittin, A. H. (2000). Montreal, PQ and Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press. (1982, 1986)

Based on the longest running panel study of its kind in Canada, this book examines events in the lives of a generation of Ontario residents who graduated from grade twelve in 1973. The study recreates the world of the early 1970s in which these high school students faced the future. It recounts their educational and occupational experiences in the late 1970s, follows their vocational and career pathways during the subsequent decade, and searches for patterns in their personal and family lives through the late 1980s and early 1990s. By painting a portrait of a little-known cohort, this interdisciplinary project provides a wealth of information about the links between schooling and employment in a time of economic instability and addresses the different ways in which women and men attempt to reconcile familial and occupational demands.

The study employs life course theory, which explores the dynamic relationship between the individual and the social order. Structural forces such as social class, gender, ethnicity, and race played an unmistakable role in the lives of the Class of '73. So, too, did human agency. Using survey research, historical documentation, in-depth interviews, and personal biographies, the authors seek to explain one generation's emergence from adolescence into adulthood in an era characterised by both opportunity and uncertainty.