11/9/2021, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Can efforts to eradicate inequality in wealth and education eliminate intergenerational persistence of socioeconomic status? The Chinese Communist Revolution and Cultural Revolution aimed to do exactly that according to researcher Marlon Seror and his fellow co-authors. In their research they found evidence that human capital (such as knowledge, skills, and values) has been transmitted within the families, and the social capital embodied in kinship networks has survived the revolutions. Find out how and why in the next SITE online seminar!