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Worried women, complacent men? Gendered responses to differential student funding in higher education

Publication type
Kettley,N.; Whitehead,J.; Raffan,J;. (2008) Worried women, complacent men? Gendered responses to differential student funding in higher education . Oxford Review of Education, 34 (1). pp. 111-129.

Abstract

A study of gender differences in the 'impact of differential funding on students' sense of well-being, their financial coping strategies and their educational attainment' at the University of Cambridge. The study found that while there are few gender differences in students’ financial situations, women see themselves as being under greater pressure.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Student experience > Cost of study, living and financial support
Generic Themes > Gender
Authors:
Kettley,N.; Whitehead,J.; Raffan,J;
Publication title:
Oxford Review of Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
SCEE248
Summary deposited on:
14 Jan 2009
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