Johannes K.A.E., German neurologist, 1858-1935. See: Goldscheider test.
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TFV is also highly associated with religion: those who prescribe to traditional familial expectations are more likely to be religious than those who do not (Goldscheider and Goldscheider 1988, 534-39).
2003; Hook 2006), time availability (e.g., Cunningham 2001), and gender role explanations (e.g., Chesters 2013) into a framework that builds on work by scholars such as Cherlin (2016) and Goldscheider, Bernhardt, and Lappegard (2015).
There is abundant evidence of the contribution to the gender earnings gap of differences in hours of work (Abroms and Goldscheider, 2002; Reynolds, 2005; Maume, 2006; Reynolds, 2003: 1183; Cha, 2013; Cha and Weeden, 2014).
Goldscheider, C (1971), Population, Modernization and Social Structure.
Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950) was an Austrian sculptor and ceramicist who excelled at designing Art Deco figures, notably for Friedrich Goldscheider (1845-1897) whose Viennese porcelain factory was one of the most successful in Europe.
Specialising in dancers and actresses, Dakon produced many elegant figures for the association of bronze founders Wiener Bronze (Vienna Bronze), as well as more than 10,000 others produced over three generations of the Goldscheider family and the Austrian ceramics manufacturers Keramos.
Chamber Concert Season at Bradford Cathedral (BD1 4EH) including Ben Goldscheider on horn, Callum Stewart on violin and Richard Uttley on piano.
MOLD: Classical Season presents Benjamin Goldscheider (horn) and Callum Smart (violin) at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.30pm.
A Friedrich Goldscheider is the most popular name in the Art Deco wall masks field.
This documentary looks back at the hugely influential competition, focusing on the soaring careers of the three finalists from 2016 - cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, above, saxophonist Jess Gillam and French horn player Ben Goldscheider.
See DOV FRIEDLANDER & CALVIN GOLDSCHEIDER, THE POPULATION OF ISRAEL 138 (Columbia University Press, 1979) (describing the increase of the Jewish population after the war).