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British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)


 Vol. 36, n°2, 3/2015

 
  • International students with dependent children: the reproduction of gender norms, Rachel Brooks
  • Care in academia: an exploration of student parents’ experiences, Marie-Pierre Moreau & Charlotte Kerner
  • What do families of the ‘professional and managerial’ class educate their children for? The links between happiness and autonomy, Jordi Collet-Sabé & Antoni Tort
  • How does homework ‘work’ for young children? Children’s accounts of homework in their everyday lives, Ann Farrell & Susan Danby
  • School socioeconomic compositional effect on shadow education participation: evidence from Japan, Ryoji Matsuoka
  • What does class origin and education mean for the capabilities of agency and voice?, Erica Nordlander, Mattias Strandh & Annica Brännlund
  • How stable is the stratification of higher education in England and Scotland?, David Raffe & Linda Croxford
  • Towards a theory of transnational academic capitalism, Ilkka Kauppinen

http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbse20/36/2#.VOr3WintLY0

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