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Hollingshed four-factor model. paternal occupation, paternal education
Of the 4 components of the Hollingshead Four-factor Model of Social Status, paternal occupation and education, then maternal occupation and education, provide a gross measure of children's social status. The conclusion rests on analysis of data from 144 families.
Original Publication Citation
Hart, C.H., Lawrence, F., *Thomasson, R., & Wozniak, P. (1990). Measuring socioeconomic status in child development research. Psychological Reports, 67, 457-458.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hart, Craig H.; Lawrence, Frances; and Thomasson, Renee, "Article Metrics Related Articles Cite Share Request Permissions Explore More Download PDF Measuring Socioeconomic Status in Child Development Research" (1990). Faculty Publications. 2617.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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