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by Harvey Krahn,Timothy F. Hartnagel,Julian Tanner


Fractured transitions from school to work: Revisiting the dropout problem. J Tanner, H Krahn, TF Hartnagel. High school dropouts, labor market success, and criminal behavior. TF Hartnagel, H Krahn. Youth & Society 20 (4), 416-444, 1989.

Fractured transitions from school to work: Revisiting the dropout problem. Oxford University Press, USA, 1995. Attracting and retaining immigrants outside the metropolis: is the pie too small for everyone to have a piece? The case of Edmonton, Alberta. Timothy F. Hartnagel. Fouryear panel survey data are used to examine the effects on psychological wellbeing of unemployment, underemployment, educational satisfaction, and position in the transition from school to work among Canadian youth. Controlling on social support and baseline psychological status, labour market problems are found to have small, significant negative effects on feelings of selfesteem, powerlessness, and depression among high school graduates, but not among university graduates.

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Start by marking Fractured Transitions From School To Work: Revisiting The Dropout Problem as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Why do so many high school students drop out, and what are the consequences for the students, their families, and society in general? This work discusses answers to these questions, and examines topics dealing with the issues, policies, and problems associated with leaving school early.

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Julian Tanner is Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus.

Julian Tanner is a professor of sociology at the University of Toronto Scarborough. He has also written a number of book chapters and journal articles dealing with youth culture, pop music, and the sociology of work.

Transitions from School to Work : Revisiting the Dropout Problem. This work discusses answers to these questions, and examines topics dealing with the issues, policies, and problems associated with leaving school early.

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Saved in: Main Author: Tanner, Julian. Other Authors: Krahn, H. Hartnagel, Timothy F. Format: Book. Published: Toronto ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. Subjects: High school dropouts Canada.

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Why do so many high school students drop out, and what are the consequences for the students, their families, and society in general? This work discusses answers to these questions, and examines topics dealing with the issues, policies, and problems associated with leaving school early. It looks at the reasons behind the decision to drop out, the labor market difficulties that dropouts face, the psychological experience of unemployment, the relationship between dropouts and various kinds of deviance, and the dropouts' own expectations about their futures.
Fractured Transitions from School to Work: Revisiting the Dropout Problem ebook
Author:
Harvey Krahn,Timothy F. Hartnagel,Julian Tanner
Category:
Social Sciences
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Oxford University Press (January 18, 1996)
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