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dc.contributor.authorCzajkowska, Dominika-
dc.identifier.citationNeodidagmata 27/28 2004-2005, s. 119-130pl_PL
dc.description.abstractThe relationship introduced in the article was among cultural capital of youth and the possibility of achievement by them of the higher education on the example of French education. I portray the role of cultural capital as the enabling factor to achieve the highest rungs of education and career. It turns out, that still current affirming is that the youth possessing suitable cultural capital possesses larger possibilities to receive a diploma of best French universities, than these who possess "less significant” cultural capital. The cultural capital still determines school life of young French. Do they possess "suitable” capital to achieve subsequent rungs of science it is conditioned by the "less” or "more suitable” the school capital of their parents. The school cultural capital of parents becomes reproduced in school capital of next generations. There are few possibilities to win university diplomas (and almost none for the most prestige state – grande école) by workers' sons. Therefore, influence on possible school success, so as this was in case of previous generations, relies on the family and school.pl_PL
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Naukowe UAM Poznańpl_PL
dc.titleReprodukcja kapitału szkolnego na poziomie szkolnictwa wyższego – egzemplifikacje francuskiepl_PL
dc.title.alternativeThe reproduction of school capital on the level of higher education – the French exemplificationspl_PL
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