Jenny Chesters
Jenny Chesters
Research Fellow, Youth Research Centre University of Melbourne
Zweryfikowany adres z unimelb.edu.au
Cytowane przez
Cytowane przez
Understanding the persistence of inequality in higher education: Evidence from Australia
J Chesters, L Watson
Journal of Education Policy 28 (2), 198-215, 2013
Neoliberalism, inequality and politics: The changing face of Australia
M Western, J Baxter, J Pakulski, B Tranter, J Western, M Van Egmond, ...
Australian Journal of Social Issues 42 (3), 401-418, 2007
Perceptions of work-family balance: how effective are family-friendly policies?
J Baxter, J Chesters
Australian Journal of Labour Economics 14 (2), 139-151, 2011
Social capital and aspirations for educational attainment: a cross-national comparison of Australia and Germany
J Chesters, J Smith
Journal of Youth Studies 18 (7), 932-949, 2015
Adjusting to new employment landscapes: Consequences of precarious employment for young Australians
J Chesters, H Cuervo
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 30 (2), 222-240, 2019
Do peer effects mediate the association between family socio‐economic status and educational achievement?
J Chesters, A Daly
Australian Journal of Social Issues 52 (1), 63-77, 2017
The [im] possibility of planning a future: how prolonged precarious employment during transitions affects the lives of young Australians
H Cuervo, J Chesters
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 29 …, 2019
Returns to education for those returning to education: Evidence from Australia
J Chesters, L Watson
Studies in Higher Education 39 (9), 1634-1648, 2014
A half-open door: pathways for VET award holders into Australian universities
L Watson, P Hagel, J Chesters
National Centre for Vocational Education Research, 2013
Paid and unpaid work in Australian households: Trends in the gender division of labour, 1986-2005
J Chesters, J Baxter, M Western
Australian Journal of Labour Economics 12 (1), 89-107, 2009
Gender attitudes and housework: Trends over time in Australia
J Chesters
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 43 (4), 511-526, 2012
Staying power: The effect of pathway into university on student achievement and attrition
J Chesters, L Watson
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 56 (2), 225-249, 2016
Youth and the new adulthood
J Wyn, H Cahill, D Woodman, H Cuervo, C Leccardi, J Chesters
Springer Singapore, 2020
Alleviating or exacerbating disadvantage: Does school attended mediate the association between family background and educational attainment?
J Chesters
Journal of Education Policy 34 (3), 331-350, 2019
Young adulthood in uncertain times: The association between sense of personal control and employment, education, personal relationships and health
J Chesters, J Smith, H Cuervo, J Laughland-Booÿ, J Wyn, Z Skrbiš, ...
Journal of Sociology 55 (2), 389-408, 2019
Chasing rainbows: How many educational qualifications do young people need to acquire meaningful, ongoing work?
J Chesters, J Wyn
Journal of Sociology 55 (4), 670-688, 2019
Within-generation social mobility in Australia: The effect of returning to education on occupational status and earnings
J Chesters
Journal of Sociology 51 (2), 385-400, 2015
The Australian mining tax and the political power of business
D Marsh, C Lewis, J Chesters
Australian Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 711-725, 2014
Gender convergence in core housework hours: Assessing the relevance of earlier approaches for explaining current trends
J Chesters
Journal of Sociology 49 (1), 78-96, 2013
Post-school aspirations in regional Australia: An examination of the role of cultural and social capital
H Cuervo, J Chesters, L Aberdeen
The Australian Educational Researcher 46 (5), 843-861, 2019
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