A scale for contemporary Italian data has been constructed and assessed through analysis of 2006 Labour Force Survey Data, by a team from Italy and the Netherlands.
Deborah de Luca University of Milan Cinzia Meraviglia University of Eastern Piedmont Harry Ganzeboom Free University Amsterdam
Download the scales
SPSS data format: camsis-it.sav
Stata data format: camsis-it.dta
MS Excel format: camsis-it.xls
Plain text format: camsis-it.dat
To cite the scale please use:
De Luca, Deborah, Cinzia Meraviglia & Harry B.G. Ganzeboom (2009), “Misurare la stratificazione occupazionale: due metodi e due scale a confronto”. Manuscript under review. http://home.fsw.vu.nl/hbg.ganzeboom/2009-DeLuca-Meraviglia-Ganzeboom-CamsisIT-Italian-(manuscript).pdf De Luca, Deborah, Cinzia Meraviglia & Harry B.G. Ganzeboom (2010), “Construction and Validation of a relational scale of occupational status for Italy". Manuscript under review. http://home.fsw.vu.nl/hbg.ganzeboom/2010-DeLuca-Meraviglia-Ganzeboom-CamsisIT-English-(paper).pdf Data 2006 Labour Force Survey Cases 26k both-working married couples + + + Occupational classification
CP2001 (Italian national classification of occupations 2001)
Coding frames in Italian and English (xls)
Coding frame in English (Stata code)
3-digit and 2-digit levels used, with 2 additional categories coded:
991 'Family helpers in medium and large firms'
992 'Family helpers in small firms'
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Last modified 23 October 2010 by Paul Lambert.