For individuals who occupy underprivileged positions in a class society, which is stratified by categories of class, gender, ethnicity, and religion, there exists the assumption that achieving equal access to educational and social institutions will provide the means for social mobility. This book investigates the validity of this assumption by exploring how social and educational inequalities experienced by male working-class students impact their attitudes towards education as well as their life opportunities. This study s analysis should be especially helpful for teachers and students who are interested in the ways in which and the extent to which socio-economic conditions affect working students school experiences. It will also be of interest to anyone who is concerned about child labor as a human rights issue.
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Child Labor and Education
A Sociological Analysis of Work, School and Life Experiences of Male Working-Class Students in Turkey
Bezorgdatum:tussen vrijdag, 17. juli en dinsdag, 21. juli