Bibliography: HISMA prepublications

Below follows a list of prepublcations from the Historical International Social Mobility Analysis (HISMA) project

  1. Historical Social Mobility. Register of Research in Progress. Ryburn Publishing & Keele University Press. Keele. 1994.
  2. Creating a Historical International Standard Coding of Occupations (HISCO) (Berlin 1997).
    - M.H.D. van Leeuwen and I. Maas, `Creating a Historical International Standard Coding of Occupations (HISCO): Questions of comparability, validity, flexibility and efficiency', 5-12;
    - I. Maas, `Coding 19th century occupations into ISCO68. The example of the Netherlands', 13-30;
    - O. Boonstra, `Classifying occupations with ISCO; experiences with the Eindhoven dataset', 31-38;
    - M. de Sève and G. Bouchard, `Coding the 100 most frequent occupational titles in the IREP BALSAC database: Saguenay, Quebec', 39-48;
    - A. Miles, `Coding the past: nineteenth-century English occupations and the construction of HISCO', 49-62;
    - List of names and addresses, 63.
  3. HISCO Coding principles. Status quo after having coded the 500 most-frequent male occupations in historical datasets from Belgium, Canada, England, France, The Netherlands and Sweden (Berlin 1998).
    - I. Maas and M.H.D. van Leeuwen, `HISCO coding principles. Status quo after having coded the 500 most frequent male occupations in historical datasets from Belgium, Canada, England, France, The Netherlands and Sweden', 5-24;
    - K. Matthijs, H. Peeters, A. van der Troost and I. van der Velde, `The coding of 19th century occupations from three different Belgian regions into ISCO68', 25-52;
    - J.-P. Pélissier, D. Rébaudo and D. Nicolas, `Codification of 19th and early 20th century occupations. Application of HISCO codification to French declarations in marriage data', 53-72;
    - M. de Sève, G. Bouchard, L. Bergeron and J. Larouche, `Classifying into ISCO the 500 most frequent occupations observed among the married, their fathers and their fathers-in-law in the Saguenay region between 1840 and 1971', 73-94;
    - I. Maas, `Coding Dutch occupations into ISCO68. The 500 most frequent male occupations in the HSN-Utrecht dataset', 95-117;
    - O. Boonstra, `Evaluating HISCO500', 119-136;
    - S. Edvinsson and J. Karlsson, `Recoding occupations in the Demographic Data Base into HISCO', 137-167;
    - A. Miles, `Recoding the top 500 English occupations', 169-187;
    - List of names and addresses, 189-190.
  4. HISCO Coding Principles, and codes for Germany and Norway (Berlin 1999)
    - M.H.D. van Leeuwen, I.Maas and A. Miles, `Hisco coding principlesÃâ, 5-25;
    - M. Erikstad, `Coding Norwegian occupations into HISCOÃâ, 27-34;
    - I. Maas, P. Bohnke and N. Maske, `Coding German occupational titles into HISCOÃâ, 75-108;
    - List of names and addresses, 108-109.
  5. HISCOdes for Portugal (Paco) and Sweden (Stockholm City Archives) (Amsterdam 2001)
    - M. Hayen, `Coding Swedish occupations from the Stockholm City Archive into HISCOÃâ, 1-74;
    - N.L. Madureira, `Portugese historical occupationsÃâ, 75-94;
    - N.L. Madureira, M.A. Almeidad and R. Esperanca, `Portuguese HiscodesÃâ, 95-168;
    - List of names and addresses, 171-175.
  6. HISCOdes for Catalonia (Amsterdam 2001). By E. Camps, C. Borderias and J. Romero.



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