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British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

Vol. 32, n°3, mai 2011


From sociological fictions to social fictions: some Bourdieusian reflections on the concepts of 'institutional habitus' and 'family habitus', Will Atkinson
Zafar, so good: middle-class students, school habitus and secondary schooling in the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina), Analia Ines Meo
Changes in school mathematics knowledge in Greece: a Bernsteinian analysis, Gerasimos Koustourakis, Konstantinos Zacharos
Enriching intimacy: the role of the emotional in the 'resourcing' of middle-class children, Kari Stefansen, Helene Aarseth
Primary and secondary effects in the explanation of disadvantage in education: the children of immigrant families in France, Hector Cebolla Boado
'Education makes you have more say in the way your life goes': Indian women and arranged marriages in the United Kingdom, Kalwant Bhopal
Distancing to self-protect: the perpetuation of inequality in higher education through socio-relational dis/engagement, Elaine Keane
Engaging science policy: from the side of the messy, Lyn Yates, Paul Connolly, Harry Torrance
A sociology of truth?, Martyn Hammersley
Urban youth: emergent directions in the field, Greg Dimitriadis

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