Jacqueline Scott
Jacqueline Scott
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Generations and collective memories
H Schuman, J Scott
American sociological review, 359-381, 1989
Children as respondents: The challenge for quantitative methods
J Scott
Research with children: Perspectives and practices 2, 87-108, 2000
The separation of work and the family: Attitudes towards women's labour-force participation in Germany, Great Britain, and the United States
DF Alwin, M Braun, J Scott
European Sociological Review 8 (1), 13-37, 1992
Young adolescents' wellbeing and health-risk behaviours: Gender and socio-economic differences
MM Bergman, J Scott
Journal of adolescence 24 (2), 183-197, 2001
Retrospective versus prospective measurement of life histories in longitudinal research
J Scott, D Alwin
Methods of life course research: Qualitative and quantitative approaches, 98-127, 1998
She's leaving home: But why? An analysis of young people leaving the parental home
N Buck, J Scott
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 863-874, 1993
Generational changes in gender-role attitudes: Britain in a cross-national perspective
J Scott, DF Alwin, M Braun
Sociology 30 (3), 471-492, 1996
Changing attitudes to sexual morality: A cross-national comparison
J Scott
Sociology 32 (4), 815-845, 1998
Problems in the use of survey questions to measure public opinion
H Schuman, J Scott
Science 236 (4804), 957-959, 1987
Documentary research
J Scott
SAGE Publications Limited, 2006
Economic necessity or self-actualization? Attitudes toward women's labour-force participation in East and West Germany
M Braun, J Scott, DF Alwin
European Sociological Review 10 (1), 29-47, 1994
Family and gender values in China: Generational, geographic, and gender differences
Y Hu, J Scott
Journal of Family Issues 37 (9), 1267-1293, 2016
Children as respondents: Methods for improving data quality
J Scott
Survey measurement and process quality, 331-350, 1997
Parent and adolescent gender role attitudes in 1990s Great Britain
KB Burt, J Scott
Sex roles 46 (7), 239-245, 2002
Is it a different world to when you were growing up? Generational effects on social representations and child‐rearing values
J Scott
The British journal of sociology 51 (2), 355-376, 2000
Collective memories in Britain and the United States
J Scott, L Zac
Public Opinion Quarterly 57 (3), 315-331, 1993
Gender inequalities in the 21st century: New barriers and continuing constraints
JL Scott, R Crompton, C Lyonette
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010
Changing Households: the BHPS 1990 to 1992
J Gershuny, D Rose, J Scott
Economic & social research council. Research centre on micro-social change …, 1994
Maternal employment and gender role attitudes: dissonance among British men and women in the transition to parenthood
P Schober, J Scott
Work, employment and society 26 (3), 514-530, 2012
Family, gender, and educational attainment in Britain: A longitudinal study
J Scott
Journal of comparative family studies 35 (4), 565-589, 2004
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