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British Journal of Sociology of Education

British Journal of Sociology of Education

Vol.31, n°1, janvier 2010



* The bubble of privilege. Young, privately educated women talk about social class, Claire Maxwell, Peter Aggleton
* Teachers and the emotional dimensions of class in resource-affected rural Australia, Barbara Pini, Robin Price, Paula McDonald
* Childhood social status in society and school: implications for the transition to higher levels of education, Ylva Almquist, Bitte Modin, Viveca Ostberg
* Cultural capital and intellectual ability as predictors of scholastic achievement: a study of Slovenian secondary school students, Sergej Flere, Marina Tavcar Krajnc, Rudi Klanjsek, Bojan Musil, Andrej Kirbis
* 'Go, go on and go higher an' higher'. Second-generation Turks' understanding of the role of education and their struggle through the Dutch school system, Adel Pasztor
* Social processes of health and physical education teachers' identity formation: reproducing and changing culture, K. Sirna, R. Tinning, T. Rossi
* The socio-political significance of changes to the vocational education system in Germany, Antonia Kupfer
* Race, gender and educational desire: why black women succeed and fail, Greg Dimitriadis, Michelle Fine, Jennifer Lavia
* Re-contextualising the re-contextualisers or pedagogy of the impressed?, Anthony Green

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