Education, Equity and Social Cohesion : A Distributional Model [Wider Benefits of Learning Research Report No. 7]

@inproceedings{Green2003EducationEA,
  title={Education, Equity and Social Cohesion : A Distributional Model [Wider Benefits of Learning Research Report No. 7]},
  author={Andy Green and John Preston and Ricardo Sabates},
  year={2003}
}
This report - the first from the Centre’s comparative strand of research - focuses on the effects of education on social cohesion at the societal level. The research involved two elements. The first was a theoretical analysis and critique of models in the existing international and comparative literature on education, social capital and social cohesion. This led to the development of a new hypothetical model relating skills distribution to social cohesion. The second part of the research used… CONTINUE READING

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