White Trash Vocationalism? Formations of Class and Race in an Essex Further Education College

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Preston, John;
(2003)
  • Publisher: Open University

This article examines the role of vocational curricular in the formation of class and\ud ‘whiteness’ and its implications for educational progression. Using the concept of racialisation I discuss\ud how the formation of white racialisation has often been linked to proce... View more
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