No Time to Fool around with the Wrong Education: Socialisation Frames, Timing and High-Stakes Educational Decision Making in Changing Rural Places
Corbett, Michael, Rural Society
There have been as yet few qualitative analyses of either the lives of rural youth or their schooling in North America. While urban or suburban sociologies of education have focused heavily on the social mobility of youth, rural sociologies of education have focused on the geographic mobility of youth, typically out of rural areas. Indeed there have been a number of studies of youth migration from rural parts of North America, but these have almost exclusively focused on national or regional data sets. This study uses mixed methods in order to understand the interplay of structure and agency linking postsecondary decision making for rural youth and their families with the …
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Publication information: Article title: No Time to Fool around with the Wrong Education: Socialisation Frames, Timing and High-Stakes Educational Decision Making in Changing Rural Places. Contributors: Corbett, Michael - Author. Journal title: Rural Society. Volume: 19. Issue: 2 Publication date: August 2009. Page number: 163+. © 2009 eContent Management Pty Ltd. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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