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Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
2297-8348
Pierwsze wydanie
16 Apr 2016
Częstotliwość wydawania
3 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski

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Tom 45 (2019): Zeszyt 2 (July 2019)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
2297-8348
Pierwsze wydanie
16 Apr 2016
Częstotliwość wydawania
3 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

6 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

Equal Outcomes, but Different Treatment – Subtle Discrimination in Email Responses From a Correspondence Test in Switzerland

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 143 - 160

Abstrakt

Abstract

Correspondence tests on discrimination usually report only whether an applicant was invited for a job interview or not. Yet, data from a field experiment in Switzerland demonstrate that candidates with the same outcome are not necessarily treated equally. The paper complements correspondence test results with information on the time elapsed until candidates were contacted, as well as qualitative differences in invitation or rejection emails.

Słowa kluczowe

  • correspondence test
  • Switzerland
  • labour market
  • subtle discrimination
Otwarty dostęp

The Logic of Couplings: A Quantitative Practice-Theoretical Perspective on Mobilities

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 161 - 183

Abstrakt

Abstract

Motorized traffic is problematic ecologically and in the context of urban development. In the following, a perspective on mobility, traffic behaviour and individuals is presented, which links sociological practice­theoretical approaches with insights from mobility research. In addition to gaining insights into the mechanisms of persistence of automobility and its inherent dimension of inequality as well as the resulting consequences for a policy of sustainable mobility, this paper contributes to the further development of quantitative approaches in practice-theoretical research.

Słowa kluczowe

  • practice theory
  • mobility
  • social inequality
  • sustainability
  • car
Otwarty dostęp

Family Development and Residential Trajectories of Two Birth Cohorts Living in Switzerland: Between Individualization and Standardization

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 185 - 214

Abstrakt

Abstract

In a context of increasing pluralization and individualization of family forms, families would often develop through (individual) spatial mobility. This challenges a dominant view of the family that emphasises spatial proximity and residential stability in a conducive environment for family development. Using data from the Swiss survey Family tiMes and multi-channel sequence analysis, this article examines the links between residential context, residential mobility and family development over the life course.

Słowa kluczowe

  • residential mobility
  • family
  • fertility
  • sequence analysis
  • life course
Otwarty dostęp

Employee Participation in Practice: Works Councils in the Tissue of Social Partnership in Switzerland

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 215 - 235

Abstrakt

Abstract

The article gives an overview on the situation of firm-level employee representation in the private sector in Switzerland: Where are they frequent? Which formal status do they enjoy? What are the topics they deal with? How do they position themselves between the affiliation to the firm and the interconnection beyond the limits of the firm? We show that the strong decentralisation of industrial relations in Switzerland leads to regulations and conventions at branch and firm level with a much larger impact on the practice than legal regulations.

Słowa kluczowe

  • industrial relations
  • employee participation
  • social partnership
  • Switzerland
Otwarty dostęp

How Factorial Survey Analysis Improves Our Understanding of Employer Preferences

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 237 - 260

Abstrakt

Abstract

Factorial Survey Analysis (FSA) is an analytical tool that presents respondents with fictional situations (“vignettes”) to be rated or judged. In this paper we study the use of FSA in labour market sociology, with a particular focus on employer-based surveys, and what they can teach us about hiring preferences. FSA is useful in this context as it targets employers directly and comes close to a causal design. This review article seeks to pinpoint the contributions FSA has made to the field, identify its limits and propose topics in which it may be useful.

Słowa kluczowe

  • employer preferences
  • employer surveys
  • recruitment
Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 261 - 277

Abstrakt

6 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

Equal Outcomes, but Different Treatment – Subtle Discrimination in Email Responses From a Correspondence Test in Switzerland

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 143 - 160

Abstrakt

Abstract

Correspondence tests on discrimination usually report only whether an applicant was invited for a job interview or not. Yet, data from a field experiment in Switzerland demonstrate that candidates with the same outcome are not necessarily treated equally. The paper complements correspondence test results with information on the time elapsed until candidates were contacted, as well as qualitative differences in invitation or rejection emails.

Słowa kluczowe

  • correspondence test
  • Switzerland
  • labour market
  • subtle discrimination
Otwarty dostęp

The Logic of Couplings: A Quantitative Practice-Theoretical Perspective on Mobilities

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 161 - 183

Abstrakt

Abstract

Motorized traffic is problematic ecologically and in the context of urban development. In the following, a perspective on mobility, traffic behaviour and individuals is presented, which links sociological practice­theoretical approaches with insights from mobility research. In addition to gaining insights into the mechanisms of persistence of automobility and its inherent dimension of inequality as well as the resulting consequences for a policy of sustainable mobility, this paper contributes to the further development of quantitative approaches in practice-theoretical research.

Słowa kluczowe

  • practice theory
  • mobility
  • social inequality
  • sustainability
  • car
Otwarty dostęp

Family Development and Residential Trajectories of Two Birth Cohorts Living in Switzerland: Between Individualization and Standardization

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 185 - 214

Abstrakt

Abstract

In a context of increasing pluralization and individualization of family forms, families would often develop through (individual) spatial mobility. This challenges a dominant view of the family that emphasises spatial proximity and residential stability in a conducive environment for family development. Using data from the Swiss survey Family tiMes and multi-channel sequence analysis, this article examines the links between residential context, residential mobility and family development over the life course.

Słowa kluczowe

  • residential mobility
  • family
  • fertility
  • sequence analysis
  • life course
Otwarty dostęp

Employee Participation in Practice: Works Councils in the Tissue of Social Partnership in Switzerland

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 215 - 235

Abstrakt

Abstract

The article gives an overview on the situation of firm-level employee representation in the private sector in Switzerland: Where are they frequent? Which formal status do they enjoy? What are the topics they deal with? How do they position themselves between the affiliation to the firm and the interconnection beyond the limits of the firm? We show that the strong decentralisation of industrial relations in Switzerland leads to regulations and conventions at branch and firm level with a much larger impact on the practice than legal regulations.

Słowa kluczowe

  • industrial relations
  • employee participation
  • social partnership
  • Switzerland
Otwarty dostęp

How Factorial Survey Analysis Improves Our Understanding of Employer Preferences

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 237 - 260

Abstrakt

Abstract

Factorial Survey Analysis (FSA) is an analytical tool that presents respondents with fictional situations (“vignettes”) to be rated or judged. In this paper we study the use of FSA in labour market sociology, with a particular focus on employer-based surveys, and what they can teach us about hiring preferences. FSA is useful in this context as it targets employers directly and comes close to a causal design. This review article seeks to pinpoint the contributions FSA has made to the field, identify its limits and propose topics in which it may be useful.

Słowa kluczowe

  • employer preferences
  • employer surveys
  • recruitment
Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 17 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 261 - 277

Abstrakt

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