Elite Education Abroad and Social Reproduction
Publikation: Forskning - peer review › Paper uden forlag/tidsskrift
and register data on full population. Overall, we find that children with highly educated and positioned parents are more likely to seek distinctive educational capital. Also, around half of those pursuing elite education abroad have parents who have studied or worked abroad. Hence, people pursuing international elite education have considerable cosmopolitan capital and a mindset for operating
abroad. Father’s education plays a bigger role for men while mother’s education plays a bigger role for women, especially among women going for elite ducation. When we asked respondents why they studied abroad, especially men highlighted academic level and prestige. For one third of women, partner was an important consideration.
|Udgivelsesdato||7 apr 2011|
|Konference||Presented at The 25th Conference of the Nordic Sociological Association|
|By||University of Oslo|
|Periode||04-08-11 → 07-08-11|
Præsenteret på University College London, Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge 6th - 9th April 2011, co-funded by the European Union and the NORFACE Migration Programme: Præsenteret på The 25th Conference of the Nordic Sociological Association 2011. 4. – 7. August 2011. University of Oslo, Norway. Fremlagt på The 10th Conference of the European Sociological Association, 7th to 10th September 2011, Geneva, Switzerland.