Learning to labour: how working class kids get working class jobs

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Gower, 1977 - Youth - 204 pages
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Review: Learning to Labor: How Working Class Kids Get Working Class Jobs

User Review  - Simone - Goodreads

The ethnography was a good look into the types of resistance that teachers see in schools and an interesting glimpse into the lives of school-aged boys. Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica Fure - Goodreads

If you want to be an ethnographer, this is the book to start with. Willis stays away from the hyper-excitement and gee-wowism that most fandom studies authors do (learn from him, please!) while still remaining respectful of his subjects. Read full review

Contents

Elements of a culture
11
Class and institutional form of a culture
52
Labour power culture class and institution
89
Copyright

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