Making modern lives subjectivity schooling and social change suny series power social identity and education paperback may 18 2006. Making modern lives is a rare educational study in that it engages throughout in substantive methodological issues with a distinct lightness of touch the authors carry out an eight year longitudinal study of twenty six schoolchildren fourteen girls and twelve boys during the years 1993 2000 in four australian schools institutions chosen because they differ in terms of class and ethnic . Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Making modern lives looks at how young people shape their lives as they move through their secondary school years and into the world beyond it explores how they develop dispositions attitudes identities and orientations in modern society based on an eight year study consisting of more the 350 in depth interviews with young australians from diverse backgrounds the book reveals the effects . Making modern lives subjectivity schooling and social change authors julie mcleod lyn yates date c2006 publisher state university of new york press pub place albany ny volume suny series power social identity and education isbn 10 0791467678 0791467686 isbn 13 9780791467671 9780791467688 ebook access the ebook format electronic
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