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Social Justice and non-traditional participants in higher education

Social Justice and non-traditional participants in higher education
Social Justice and non-traditional participants in higher education
This chapter is concerned with the experiences of non-traditional participants in higher education. These include students from working class backgrounds, such as white men and south asian women. It was found that those who used education instrumentally were more successful who studied for the sake of studying.
9780415296960
65-82
Routledge
Bhatti, Ghazala
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Vincent, Carol
Bhatti, Ghazala
e8954fcd-3972-4713-9f98-b2414f48d03c
Vincent, Carol

Bhatti, Ghazala (2003) Social Justice and non-traditional participants in higher education. In, Vincent, Carol (ed.) Social Justice, Education and Identity. London, UK. Routledge, pp. 65-82.

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This chapter is concerned with the experiences of non-traditional participants in higher education. These include students from working class backgrounds, such as white men and south asian women. It was found that those who used education instrumentally were more successful who studied for the sake of studying.

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Published date: 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 45854
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/45854
ISBN: 9780415296960
PURE UUID: d1044697-aeb0-49d6-9707-406fa68dcb0f

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Date deposited: 18 Apr 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 21:04

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Author: Ghazala Bhatti
Editor: Carol Vincent

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