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Advancing student geographies: habitus, identities and (re)sensing of place

  title={Advancing student geographies: habitus, identities and (re)sensing of place},
  author={M. Jan Holton},
A growing body of literature has emerged relating to the geographical mobility and dispersion of University students. This curiosity towards the movements of students originates from ongoing policy reforms in higher education, including the introduction of the post-1992 University, the Labour Government’s target to encourage 50 per cent of school leavers into higher education and the introduction and subsequent increases in tuition fees and neo-liberalisation of the sector. The restructuring… Expand
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