Social-Class Differences in Educational Life-Chances
by Bernard Barber - 1961
The fact of social-class differences in life-chances is one of the best established and most meaningful patterns in social life. Differences in life-chances occur in all societies, even the most egalitarian, on the whole always to the advantage of the higher classes, and they comprise a wide range of specifics.
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