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Stratificazione e mobilità sociale: L’“immagine” del lavoro subordinato


  • Carbonai Davide


A partire dai risultati dell’indagine “L’Italia del lavoro” – diretta e coordinate dall’IRES-CGIL – si è qui inteso osservare alcuni tratti descrittivi del modello di stratificazione e mobilità inter-generazionale riferito al sistema del lavoro dipendente in Italia (lavoratori impiegati con contratti a tempo indeterminato nonché con contratti di lavoro “non-standard”, compresi nel dataset “L’Italia del lavoro”). A tal fine, si è inteso osservare eventuali associazioni tra l’“imagine” della posizione sociale – in uno spazio definito su di una scala a cinque classi – ed il gruppo professionale, la ripartizione statistica territoriale, il tipo di contratto (standard/“nonstandard”). Si è inteso quindi osservare tanto le statistiche descrittive dell’“imagine” della mobilità sociale quanto le associazioni con altre statistiche ascritte ora all’individuo, ora al sistema delle appartenenze per gruppo professionale.

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  • Carbonai Davide, 2007. "Stratificazione e mobilità sociale: L’“immagine” del lavoro subordinato," wp.comunite 0026, Department of Communication, University of Teramo.
  • Handle: RePEc:ter:wpaper:0026

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