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Closing the Doors of Opportunity: A Field Theoretic Analysis of the Prevalence and Nature of Obstacles to College Internships


by Matthew T. Hora, Matthew Wolfgram, Zi Chen & Changhee Lee - 2021


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 123 Number 12, 2021, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23913, Date Accessed: 1/19/2022 5:51:41 AM
 
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  • Matthew T. Hora
    University of Wisconsin–Madison
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    MATTHEW TADASHI HORA, Ph.D., is an associate professor of adult and higher education and the director of the Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions (CCWT) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Dr. Hora’s research draws on theory and method from cultural anthropology and the learning sciences to investigate the ways that cultural, structural, and cognitive factors interact to shape college students’ experiences in the classroom and in work-based learning programs. This applied research program prioritizes the generation of data to inform institutional change and educational practice, while also highlighting the ways that postsecondary institutions and employers can work to dismantle structural barriers to historically disadvantaged students’ success. Dr. Hora has recently published research papers in the Journal of the Learning Sciences, the Journal of Negro Education, and Higher Education, and several technical reports and literature reviews through CCWT.
  • Matthew Wolfgram
    University of Wisconsin–Madison
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    MATTHEW WOLFGRAM, Ph.D., is an anthropologist of education and an associate researcher at CCWT and the Wisconsin Center for Education Research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Dr. Wolfgram uses ethnography, participatory action research, and qualitative research methods to study how students experience college and careers, with a particular focus on the factors that impact the experiences and success of low-income, first-generation, immigrant, and/or minoritized college students. He has recent publications in New Directions for Higher Education and Harvard Educational Review.
  • Zi Chen
    Facebook, Inc.
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    ZI CHEN, Ph.D., is a quantitative user experience researcher at Facebook, Inc. and a previous researcher at CCWT at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Dr. Chen researches young people’s career development by examining how psychosocial and contextual factors influence one’s developmental outcomes. She has also investigated career identity and career adaptability using vocational psychology theories and quantitative methodology.
  • Changhee Lee
    University of Wisconsin–Madison
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    CHANGHEE LEE is a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis and a project assistant at CCWT at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She uses large-scale data to examine how innovative practices in K–16 education shape the opportunities and outcomes of students from disadvantaged backgrounds. She has recent publications in Journal of the Learning Sciences and Higher Education.
 
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