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This paper addresses homogamy and assortative mating in Switzerland. The empirical analysis monitors trends for education and hourly wages using the Swiss Labour Force Survey and the Swiss Household Panel. The analysis disentangles the effects of educational expansion from mating patterns and incorporates not only couples, but also singles. Results show an increasing level of assortative mating both for education and for wages. For wage homogamy, selection is more important than adaptation.

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Unter Verwendung der Daten der Schweizer Volkszählungen von 1970 bis 2000 wird der Frage nachgegangen, wie sich die Geschlechterdisparitäten beim Erwerb der Studienzulassung (Maturität) wie auch weiterer Abschlüsse in der Schweiz in und mit der Bildungsexpansion verändert haben. Es kann aus einer handlungstheoretischen Perspektive dargelegt werden, wie sich im betrachteten Zeitverlauf geschlechtsspezifische Ungleichheiten von Bildungschancen verringern. Die höheren Chancen des Erwerbs der Studienberechtigung gleichen sich für die 18- bis 21-jährigen Frauen ebenso an, wie sich auch deren Wahrscheinlichkeit der Aufnahme einer (dualen) Berufsausbildung erhöht hat. Gleichzeitig erlaubt die Differenzierung der untersuchten Abschlüsse im Vergleich zu vorangegangenen Untersuchungen präzisere Aussagen zur Entwicklung weiterer herkunftsbedingter Ungleichheiten.

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DOI 10.1515/sjs-2018-0001 © 2018. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- NoDerivatives 4.0 License. (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) Swiss Journal of Sociology, 44 (1), 2018, 3–7 Editorial Felix Bühlmann* and Marion Beetschen* Slowly the transition from the editorial team around Christian Suter at Neuchâtel to the new editorial team in Lausanne comes to an end. While the Lausanne team has already produced the two special issues on Art and Work and on Educational Expansion, Partnership and the Family in 2017, this issue is the last one

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