Publications
List of publications in refereed journals, monographs and book chapters

Alarcón, Amado

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Position: Team Members Alarcón, Amado
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Location: Reus
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Professor Titular de Sociologia de la Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Hellín, 1973.  Doctor en Sociologia per la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Les seves principals línies de recerca  són llengua, migracions i empresa. En l'actualitat treballa en el projecte "Exploring Possible Benefits of Bilingualism in the Labor Market and Beyond", promogut per la University of California, Los Angeles. Vicepresident del comitè de recerca sobre Llengua i Societat (RC25) de l'Associació Internacional de Sociologia.

Publications

Lapresta-Rey, C., Janés, J. & Alarcón, A. (2021). The differentiated role of language knowledge and linguistic acculturation strategies in the configuration of occupational aspirations: the case of the descendants of migrants in Western Catalonia. International Journal of Multilingualism, . [More]  [DOI]  The differentiated role of language knowledge and linguistic acculturation strategies in the configuration of occupational aspirations: the case of the descendants of migrants in Western Catalonia
Alarcón, A. (2021). The language division of labour across occupations: an introduction. International Journal of Sociology of Language, . [More]  [DOI]  The language division of labour across occupations: an introduction
Hernández-Lara, A. B., Bustos, J. P. & Alarcón, A. (2021). Social Sustainability on Corporate Boards: The Effects of Female Family Members on R&D. Sustainability, 13(4), 1982. [More]  [DOI]  Social Sustainability on Corporate Boards: The Effects of Female Family Members on R&D
Vidal-Suñé, A. & Alarcón, A. (2021). Ocupaciones y lenguaje. Indicadores y análisis de competencias lingüísticas en el ámbito laboral (1a ed). Publicacions URV. [More]  Ocupaciones y lenguaje. Indicadores y análisis de competencias lingüísticas en el ámbito laboral
Ubalde, J. & Alarcón, A. (2020). Are all automation-resistant skills rewarded? Linguistic skills in the US labour market. The Economic and Labour Relations Review, . [More]  [DOI]  Are all automation-resistant skills rewarded? Linguistic skills in the US labour market

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