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|Title:||School-to-Work in the 1990s: Modelling Transitions with large-scale datasets|
|Citation:||Gayle V, Lambert P & Murray S (2009) School-to-Work in the 1990s: Modelling Transitions with large-scale datasets. In: Brooks R (ed.) Transitions from Education to Work: New Perspectives from Europe and Beyond. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-41. http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?PID=286346|
Youth Cohort Study
Lifelong learning Scotland
Students, Part-time Scotland
Education, Higher Management Scotland
Continuing education Scotland
Universities and colleges Scotland
|Abstract:||First paragraph: In this chapter we explore school to work transitions by documenting the activities of young people who reached the minimum school leaving age in the 1990s. Our starting position is that changes in the economy, education and training lead us to suspect that the landscape of social and economic conditions under which young people grew up during the 1990s were sufficiently different from those a decade before to justify exploration. Through the analysis of data from cohorts of young people who reached minimum school leaving age in the 1990s we evaluate the ‘detraditionalisation’ thesis.|
|Rights:||Vernon Gayle, Paul Lambert, and Susan Murray, School-to-Work in the 1990s: Modelling Transitions with large-scale datasets, 2009, Palgrave Macmillan, reproduced with permission of Palgrave Macmillan. This extract is taken from the author's original manuscript and has not been edited. The definitive version of this piece may be found in Transitions from Education to Work edited by Rachel Brooks which can be purchased from www.palgrave.com|
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