6월 11일 오후 5시 연희관 201호 국제회의실
발표자: 한신갑 (Department of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
발표논문: "음악, 여가, 영화취향에 나타나는 한국사회 문화계층화의 지형"
6월 25일 오후 5시 연희관 201호 국제회의실
발표자: David Grusky (Department of Sociology, Stanford University)
발표논문: Micro-Class Mobility: Social Reproduction in Four Countries
In the sociological literature on social mobility, the long-standing convention has been to assume that intergenerational reproduction takes one of two forms, either a categorical form that has parents passing on a big-class position to their children, or a gradational form that has parents passing on their socioeconomic standing to their children. ... we show that (a) occupations are an important conduit for reproduction, (b) the most extreme rigidities in the mobility regime are only revealed when analyses are carried out at the detailed occupational level, and (c) much of what shows up as big-class reproduction in conventional mobility analyses is in fact occupational reproduction in disguise. ... These results suggest that an occupational mechanism for reproduction may be a fundamental feature of all contemporary mobility regimes.
7월 4일 오후 5시 연희관 201호 국제회의실
발표자: Barbara Schneider (Department of Sociology, Michigan State Univeristy)
발표논문: Forming A College-Going Community in U.S. Public High Schools
Although the average college-going rate in U.S. public and private high schools has risen to nearly 70percent, it is unevenly dispersed among high schools (NCES, 2006). There are “blue ribbon” high schools where nearly every senior will attend a postsecondary institution in the fall following their spring graduation. 2 Then there are other high schools where the proportion of seniors who matriculate to a postsecondary school is very small, sometimes as low as 20 percent. Within such high schools are students who should attend college but for several reasons do not make this transition after receiving their diploma. Two interrelated questions arise: (1) Why are high school college-going rates so different from high school to high school? (2) Why do some students who should be attending college fail to do so?
7월 12일 오후 5시 연희관 201호 국제회의실
발표자: Edward Laumann (시카고 대학교 사회학과)
발표논문: A 45-Year Restrospective on Doing Networks
I have written extensively on a wide range of topics, notably, about organizations, elites, power and influence, politics, social stratification, health, sex and disease, but very much from a network point of view. ... My own experience strongly suggests that academic life is an unanticipated sequence of opportunities that lack definition and clarity as to what is really at stake at the time decisions are being made, e.g., whether to move or stay at an institution.