Navigating the Liminally-Classed Self: First Generation, Low-Income Carleton College Students' Reflections on the Impact of Class
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Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN)
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Bachelor of Arts
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Tue, 10 May 2016 23:33:17 GMT
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Sociology and Anthropology
Invited to attend COFHE (Consortium on Financing Higher Education) Assembly at Yale University (April 27-28, 2016) to present my Comps to higher education administration of 35 institutions.
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First-Generation College Students; Low-Income College Students; Identity Construction; Identity Negotiation; Elite Colleges; Social Mobility
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