V836B: WHY CLASS MVMT HARD MR63 (2)
Why is that (it is difficult to move from one class to another)?
|1||Occupation -- occupational levels too far apart; opportunities for getting better jobs too limited||10||0.3%|
|2||Money, income, wealth -- differences in wealth too limited||26||0.9%|
|3||Education, intelligence -- differences in education too great; educational opportunities limited; class bias in schools, some people intelligent, others not||31||1.1%|
|4||Family -- family background, connections too important; can't marry behond class||15||0.5%|
|5||Manners and morals -- snobbishness of higher classes too strong; differences of manners, speech, moral standards too great||30||1.0%|
|6||Environment -- difference between nice houses, areas and slums too great; opportunities for getting better housing limited||9||0.3%|
|7||Rigidity of class boundaries, general -- are still strong class feelings, differences||10||0.3%|
Based upon 131 valid cases out of 2,922 total cases.
Location: 1366-1366 (width: 1; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 0 , 9
Source: This variable was taken from: Political Change in Britain, 1963-1970.
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