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Higher Education from a Longitudinal and Life Course Perspective

Abstract : This symposium brings together scholars from across Canada, Europe, and the United States to explore how longitudinal and life course research can be used to study higher education. Highlighting both qualitative and quantitative research, we will explore aspects of social reproduction, inequality, stratification, wellbeing, and school-to-work transitions.
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Janine Jongbloed, Maria Adamuti-Trache, Lesley Andres, Throy A. Campbell, Ashley Pullman, et al.. Higher Education from a Longitudinal and Life Course Perspective. Annual conference of CSSHE, CSSHE (Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education), May 2015, Ottawa, Canada. ⟨halshs-01222543⟩



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