Values, religion, social class and the choice of private school in Australia
A longitudinal data set is used to explore questions about the choice of type of school-public, Catholic, and other private: What associations exist between type of school attended and social and religious background? Does the type of school influence students’ political, religious and social values? A generation later, is the type of school chosen by these former students for their children related to their own background and values? Strong connections were found between upper status...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Educational Research|
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