Wiebke Schulz
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What drives the development of social inequality over the life course? The German TwinLife Study
E Hahn, J Gottschling, W Bleidorn, C Kandler, M Spengler, AE Kornadt, ...
Twin Research and Human Genetics 19 (6), 659-672, 2016
Pathways of intergenerational transmission of advantages during adolescence: social background, cognitive ability, and educational attainment
W Schulz, R Schunck, M Diewald, W Johnson
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 2194-2214, 2017
Status attainment and social mobility
M Diewald, T Baier, W Schulz, R Schunck
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 67 (1), 371-395, 2015
M Diewald, R Riemann, FM Spinath, J Gottschling, E Hahn, AE Kornadt, ...
GESIS Data Archive, Cologne, ZA6701 Data file Version 1.0, 2021
Careers of men and women in the 19th and 20th centuries
W Schulz
Is there something special about twin families? A comparison of parenting styles in twin and non-twin families
B Mönkediek, W Schulz, H Eichhorn, M Diewald
Social Science Research 90, 102441, 2020
The variability of occupational attainment: How prestige trajectories diversified within birth cohorts over the twentieth century
PM Lersch, W Schulz, G Leckie
American Sociological Review 85 (6), 1084-1116, 2020
Studying career success—the role of resources and norms for occupational status attainment in the Netherlands, 1865–1940
W Schulz, I Maas
European Sociological Review 28 (2), 220-240, 2012
Occupational career attainment during modernization. A study of Dutch men in 841 municipalities between 1865 and 1928
W Schulz, I Maas, MHD van Leeuwen
Acta Sociologica 58 (1), 5-24, 2015
Employer's choice–Selection through job advertisements in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
W Schulz, I Maas, MHD Van Leeuwen
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 36, 49-68, 2014
Resource Compensation or Multiplication? The Interplay between Cognitive Ability and Social Origin in Explaining Educational Attainment
K Stienstra, I Maas, A Knigge, W Schulz
European Sociological Review, 2020
Studying historical occupational careers with multilevel growth models
W Schulz, I Maas
Demographic Research 23, 669-696, 2010
When women disappear from the labour market: Occupational status of Dutch women at marriage in a modernizing society, 1865–1922
W Schulz, I Maas, MHD Van Leeuwen
The History of the Family 19 (4), 426-446, 2014
A longitudinal twin family study of the life course and individual development (TWINLIFE): Data collection and instruments of wave 1 face-to-face interviews
J Brix, M Pupeter, A Rysina, G Steinacker, U Schneekloth, T Baier, ...
Intergenerational downward mobility in educational attainment and occupational careers in West Germany in the twentieth century
M Diewald, W Schulz, T Baier
European Sociological Review 31 (2), 172-183, 2015
Occupational career attainment of single women during modernization: The logic of industrialism thesis revisited
W Schulz
European Societies 17 (4), 467-491, 2015
Vocational education, tertiary education, and skill use across career stages
W Schulz, H Solga, R Pollak
European Sociological Review 39 (5), 741-758, 2023
Do the consequences of parental separation for children’s educational success vary by parental education? The role of educational thresholds
W Schulz
Demographic Research 47, 883-918, 2022
Can sports and music level the playing field? Adolescents’ extracurricular activities and the reproduction of social inequalities in cognitive skills
H Bering, W Schulz
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 90, 100895, 2024
Does the impact of extracurricular activities vary by parental socioeconomic status? An analysis of adolescents’ cognitive skills
H Bering, W Schulz
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