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Access to Inequality

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Set against the backdrop of democratization, increased opportunity, and access, income-based gaps in college entry, persistence, ... Weiterlesen
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Klappentext Set against the backdrop of democratization, increased opportunity, and access, income-based gaps in college entry, persistence, and graduation continue to grow, underlining a deep contradiction within American higher education. In other words, despite the well-intended, now mature process of democratization, the postsecondary system is still charged with high levels of inequality. In the interest of uncovering the mechanisms through which democratization, as currently conceived, preserves and perpetuates inequality within the system of higher education, this book reconsiders the role of social class in the production and dissemination of knowledge, the valuation of cultural capital, and the reproduction of social inequalities. Drawing upon the author's year-long qualitative research study within one "democratized" institution of higher education and its associated art museum, Access to Inequality explores the vestiges of an exclusionary history within higher education and the art world-two related contexts that have arguably failed to adequately respond to the public's call to democratize. Zusammenfassung In the interest of uncovering the mechanisms through which democratization! as currently conceived! preserves and perpetuates inequality within the system of higher education! this book reconsiders the role of social class in the production and dissemination of knowledge! the valuation of cultural capital! and the reproduction of social inequality.

Autorentext

Amy E. Stich is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.



Zusammenfassung
In the interest of uncovering the mechanisms through which democratization, as currently conceived, preserves and perpetuates inequality within the system of higher education, this book reconsiders the role of social class in the production and dissemination of knowledge, the valuation of cultural capital, and the reproduction of social inequality.

Inhalt

Chapter 1: The Democratization of American Higher Education Chapter 2: Class, Knowledge, and Capital in Interconnected Context Chapter 3: Reputational Affects: Inside a Working Class College Chapter 4: Classifying Knowledge by Hand, by Head Chapter 5: Elite Knowledge within a Non-Elite Space: Language, Literacy and "Intertextual Habituality" Chapter 6: Re-conceiving Democratization Appendix: A Note on Methods

Produktinformationen

Titel: Access to Inequality
Untertitel: Reconsidering Class, Knowledge, and Capital in Higher Education
Autor:
EAN: 9780739169322
ISBN: 0739169327
Format: Fester Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 146
Gewicht: 375g
Größe: H235mm x B157mm x T12mm
Jahr: 2012