Access to inequality : reconsidering class, knowledge, and capital in higher education
Source:Lexington Books, Lanham, Md., p.135 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LC191.94 .S75 2012
Keywords:Education, Educational equalization--United States, Higher--Economic aspects--United States, Higher--Social aspects--United States
Contents: The democratization of American higher education -- Class, knowledge, and capital in interconnected context -- Reputational affects: inside a working class college -- Classifying knowledge by hand, by head -- Elite knowledge within a non-elite space: language, literacy and "intertextual habituality" -- Re-conceiving democratization.