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Imagining futures in changing locales: de-industrialisation and education work interfaces

@inproceedings{Marshall2008ImaginingFI,
  title={Imagining futures in changing locales: de-industrialisation and education work interfaces},
  author={J. Marshall},
  year={2008}
}
The study investigated men and women's engagement with education in two South Wales valley communities across three generations. It drew upon theoretical tools from social representations theory (Moscovici, 1984) to map dominant social representations circulating in two South Wales valley communities—Abertillery and Ynysawdre. Both communities had experienced a traumatic rupture in community life due to the closure of coal mining in their locales. This study understands social representations… Expand
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