Social Theory Applied extended blogpost. Using a capitals frame to understand boarding schools: exposing the economic ‘elephant’…

Joan Forbes, B Lingard, G Weiner, J. Horne

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Using a capitals frame to understand boarding schools: exposing the economic ‘elephant’… Published by Joan Forbes on January 13, 2014 |

by Joan Forbes, Gaby Weiner, John Horne, Bob Lingard

[this is a response to a previous post What are the capital benefits of boarding schools?]

An interesting post today, Mark, on the new article by Bass (2014) which applies a capitals frame to understand boarding schools: we share your surprise regarding ‘the lack of any sustained discussion of how forms of capital (in particular economic capital) buy you access to such schools in the first place’.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSocial Theory Applied
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Social Theory Applied extended blogpost. Using a capitals frame to understand boarding schools: exposing the economic ‘elephant’…. / Forbes, Joan; Lingard, B; Weiner, G; Horne, J.

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