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Who went to college? Socio-economic inequality in entry to higher education in the Republic of Ireland in 2004

Publication type
O'Connell,P. J.; McCoy,S.; Clancy,D;. (2006) Who went to college? Socio-economic inequality in entry to higher education in the Republic of Ireland in 2004 . Higher Education Quarterly, 60 (4). pp. 312-32.

Abstract

An examination of whether increased admission rates in the Republic of Ireland have led to a reduction in social class inequality in access to higher education.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Access and widening participation > Specific student groups and students with non-traditional entry requirements
Access and widening participation > Extent and pattern of participation
Authors:
O'Connell,P. J.; McCoy,S.; Clancy,D;
Publication title:
Higher Education Quarterly
Official URL:
Reference number:
AWP243
Summary deposited on:
30 May 2007
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