Capitals , Ethnic Identity and Educational Qualifications

  title={Capitals , Ethnic Identity and Educational Qualifications},
  author={Tariq Modood},
Cultural capital analysis, or class analysis more generally, exacerbates rather than resolves the anomaly of why non-white ethnic minorities in Britain are over-represented in higher education. Some of these groups have a disproportionate lower, socio-economic profile and yet at least some of these groups are more likely to pursue and achieve entry into higher education than whites, especially, their white working-class peers. They also suffer additional disadvantages such as racism and… CONTINUE READING

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