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Professor David Rose Emeritus Professor, University of Essex

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rosed@essex.ac.uk
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2N2.6.11 (Level 6)

Research Interests

Research on social stratification. Working on (1) the development of a European socio-economic classification (2) social comparisons and social order

Responsibilities

Research on social stratification. Working on (1) the development of a European socio-economic classification (2) social comparisons and social order. Academic convenor for the ESRC Review of Government Social Classifications 1994-2001. Academic convenor of the EU funded project to create a European SEC. Research on social class


Publications

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  1. The European Socio-economic Classification: a prolegomenon

    David Rose, Eric Harrison, and David J. Pevalin

  2. ESeC in retrospect and prospect: an epilogue

    David Rose and Eric Harrison

  3. From derivation to validation: evidence from the UK and beyond

    Eric Harrison and David Rose

  4. Interview with Ray Pahl on 'Social Status'

    David Rose, Liz Spencer, and Ray Pahl

  5. Inequality and quiescence: a continuing conundrum

    Ray Pahl, David Rose, and Liz Spencer

  6. The European Socio-economic Classification: a new social class schema for comparative European research

    David Rose and Eric Harrison

  7. ISER Newsletter: Autumn 2006

    David Rose and Romesh Vaitilingam

  8. Social comparisons and social order: issues relating to a possible re-study of 'W.G. Runciman's relative deprivation and social justice'

    David Rose

  9. ISER Newsletter: Summer 2006

    David Rose and Romesh Vaitilingam

  10. ESeC: A programme of statistical co-operation and harmonisation

    David Rose

  11. Interview with Eric Harrison about social comparisons

    Eric Harrison, David Rose, Ray Pahl, et al.

  12. The ESeC Classes Summarized

    Eric Harrison and David Rose

  13. ISER Newsletter: Autumn 2005

    David Rose and Romesh Vaitilingam

  14. The Measurement of Socio-economic Classifications: Classes and Scales, Theories and Methods

    David Rose

  15. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification: origins, development and use

    David Rose, David J. Pevalin, and Karen O'Reilly


Media

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  1. Divided over the question of social class

  2. Little solidarity over the question of social class

  3. Social class in Europe

  4. Avoiding the questions

  5. The good life? But what about all these taxes?

  6. The good life? But what about all these taxes?

  7. The very rich versus the rich

  8. The very rich versus the rich

  9. A sound case for taxing top pay

  10. Social class still matters: 'what? Bank managers, working class? Stupid boy!'

  11. Family tree 'shows genetic influence on career choice

  12. Family tree 'shows genetic influence on career choice

  13. '£100,00 a year but we are still working class'

  14. '£100,000 a year but we are still working class'

  15. Cool guys can't be coppers


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