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Autori: Vučković Juroš, Tanja; Tokić Milaković, Ana
Naslov: Is There a Way out? Cultural Capital and Educational Outcomes of Young People Who Grew up in Poverty
Izvornik: The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World / 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology (ur.). - Vienna :
Skup: The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World
Mjesto i datum: Beč, Austrija, 10-14.07.2016.
Ključne riječi: cultural capital, educational outcomes, poverty, social mobility
Sažetak:
Despite the proclaimed policy calls for educational equity (see, for example, the 2013 Council of the European Union's conclusions on the social dimension of higher education), social reproduction of inequality through education remains a problem of many European societies. In fact, the current economic crisis in Europe and high levels of youth unemployment combined with the increasing commodification of higher education, often mean that individuals need ever higher academic qualifications in order to compete on the labour market full of young people with BA and MA degrees from various public and private institutions. This task is challenging in itself for individuals from less privileged backgrounds. But for young people who grew up in poverty this is sometimes almost an unsurmountable obstacle since, during their educational careers, they often lacked both the financial and structural resources, as well as cultural capital, to put them on the university track, and to give them access to jobs that can ensure their upward social mobility. In our research, we spotlight this vulnerable group of young Croatian people from poor family backgrounds. Based on a survey of young people coming from households on social welfare during their high school years, we examine factors that contributed to their successful and unsuccessful educational outcomes. In our analysis, we focus in particular on the role of cultural capital in its multiple operationalizations. We also examine how cultural capital interacts with other individual, family and social factors, especially among the individuals with more successful educational trajectories. Our results help identify factors that may serve to reduce social inequality by increasing chances of social mobility through education for the young people who grew up in poverty.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Sociologija,Psihologija
URL Internet adrese: http://https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2016/webprogram/Paper82175.html
Upisao u CROSBI: Ana Tokić (ana.tokic@pravo.hr), 6. Ruj. 2017. u 13:30 sati
Napomene:
Despite the proclaimed policy calls for educational equity (see, for example, the 2013 Council of the European Union's conclusions on the social dimension of higher education), social reproduction of inequality through education remains a problem of many European societies. In fact, the current economic crisis in Europe and high levels of youth unemployment combined with the increasing commodification of higher education, often mean that individuals need ever higher academic qualifications in order to compete on the labour market full of young people with BA and MA degrees from various public and private institutions. This task is challenging in itself for individuals from less privileged backgrounds. But for young people who grew up in poverty this is sometimes almost an unsurmountable obstacle since, during their educational careers, they often lacked both the financial and structural resources, as well as cultural capital, to put them on the university track, and to give them access to jobs that can ensure their upward social mobility. In our research, we spotlight this vulnerable group of young Croatian people from poor family backgrounds. Based on a survey of young people coming from households on social welfare during their high school years, we examine factors that contributed to their successful and unsuccessful educational outcomes. In our analysis, we focus in particular on the role of cultural capital in its multiple operationalizations. We also examine how cultural capital interacts with other individual, family and social factors, especially among the individuals with more successful educational trajectories. Our results help identify factors that may serve to reduce social inequality by increasing chances of social mobility through education for the young people who grew up in poverty.



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