Catherine Hakim

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Catherine Hakim (født 30. mai 1948) er en britisk sociolog.

Hun har været direktør for forskning ved Beskæftigelsesministeriet i Storbritannien i ti år og direktør for ESRC Data Archive 1989–1990. Hun har været seniorforsker og gæsteforsker ved London School of Economics siden 1990.

Hun er redaktionsmedlem af European Sociological Review og International Sociology.[1]

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Udvalgte artikler[redigér | redigér wikikode]

  • Hakim, Catherine. "Developing a sociology for the twenty-first century: Preference Theory". British Journal of Sociology 49 (1998): 137–43.
  • Hakim, Catherine. "A New Approach to Explaining Fertility Patterns: Preference Theory". Population and Development Review 29 (2004): 349–374.
  • Hakim, Catherine, 'Women, careers, and work-life preferences', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 34: 279-294, August 2006.
  • Hakim, Catherine, `Public morality versus personal choice: the failure of social attitude surveys', British Journal of Sociology, 54: 339-45, September 2003.
  • Hakim, Catherine, `Lifestyle preferences as determinants of women's differentiated labour market careers', Work and Occupations, 29: 428-459, November 2002.
  • Hakim, Catherine, `The politics of female diversity in the 21st century', pp. 191-227 in The Future of Gender (ed) J Browne, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
  • Hakim, Catherine, `Sex differences in work-life balance goals', pp 55-79 in Work-Life Balance in the Twenty-First Century (ed) D Houston, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
  • Hakim, Catherine, `Lifestyle preferences versus patriarchal values: causal and non-causal attitudes', pp. 69-91 in Changing Life Patterns in Western Industrial Societies (eds) J Z Giele and E Holst, Oxford: Elsevier, January 2004.
  • Hakim, Catherine. "Erotic Capital". European Sociological Review, 26:499–518, 2010
  • Hakim, Catherine, 'Women's lifestyle preferences in the 21st century: Implications for family policy' in The Future of Motherhood in Europe (eds) J Schippers, G Beets and E te Velde, Dordrecht NL and Hingham MA: Springer, April 2011.

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  1. "Who's who". London School of Economics. http://www2.lse.ac.uk/sociology/whoswho/visitingscholars.aspx#generated-subheading2. Hentet 2 January 2011. 

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