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Playing a different game: the contextualised decision-making processes of minority ethnic students in choosing a higher education institution

Publication type
Smith,H;. (2007) Playing a different game: the contextualised decision-making processes of minority ethnic students in choosing a higher education institution . Race, Ethnicity and Education, 10 (4). pp. 415-437.

Abstract

This small-scale study examines the decision-making processes of minority ethnic school, under- and postgraduate (PGCE) students in a predominantly ‘white’ area of England.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Student experience > Reasons for study and choice of course
Generic Themes > Ethnic minorities
Student experience > Specific student groups
Authors:
Smith,H;
Publication title:
Race, Ethnicity and Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
SCEE241
Summary deposited on:
14 Oct 2008
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