DOI:​10.1016/0362-3319(95)90001-2
Corpus ID: 143370434
The occupational mobility of black males revisited: Does race matter?
Theo Davis
Published 1995
Psychology

Social Science Journal
Abstract This study examined the extent to which opportunities for social mobility (as measured by occupational mobility) have or have not continued to expand for black males since the early 1970s… Expand
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