Occupation of Respondents and Their Closest Friend

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Description

Cross-classification of the occupation of respondent and that of their closest friend. Data taken from wave 10 (year 2000) of the British Household Panel Survey.

Usage

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Format

A table of counts, with classifying factors r (respondent's occupational category; levels 1:31) and c (friend's occupational category; levels 1:31).

Source

Chan, T.W. and Goldthorpe, J.H. (2004) Is there a status order in contemporary British society: Evidence from the occupational structure of friendship, European Sociological Review, 20, 383–401.

Examples

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set.seed(1)

###  Fit an association model with homogeneous row-column effects
rc1 <- gnm(Freq ~ r + c + Diag(r,c) + MultHomog(r, c),
           family = poisson, data = friend)
rc1

## Not run: 
###  Extend to two-component interaction
rc2 <- update(rc1, . ~ . + MultHomog(r, c, inst = 2),
              etastart = rc1$predictors)
rc2

## End(Not run)

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