Stories of difference: Metropolitan and rural students' attitudes to university

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Laming, Madeleine Mattarozzi. (2010). Stories of difference: Metropolitan and rural students' attitudes to university. In In Joseph Zajda (Ed.). pp. 133 - 152 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3524-0_9
AuthorsLaming, Madeleine Mattarozzi
EditorsJoseph Zajda
Abstract

This chapter draws on a study of 437 secondary students attending school in the Australian state of Victoria: five of the schools were located in different parts of the state capital, Melbourne and were located in the regional centres of Victoria. It is concerned with exploring the sources of their differing views of education, in general, and university education, in particular. The chapter examines why young people want to go to university. The chapter details four very different narratives told by groups of students whose lives and experiences of secondary education are so different that it sometimes is difficult to remember that they are all living in the same country.

Keywordsyoung people; tertiary education; grammar school; rural student; elite school
Page range133 - 152
Year2010
PublisherSpringer
Place of publicationThe Netherlands
ISBN9789048135233
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3524-0_9
Research GroupSchool of Education
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