Sisters' stories: a psychosocial perspective on families, peers and social class in resistance and conformity to education
Lucey, H., 2010. Sisters' stories: a psychosocial perspective on families, peers and social class in resistance and conformity to education. Gender and Education, 22 (4), pp. 447-462.
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This article places identification at the centre of a discussion about sisters, families, shaky class locations, and resistance and conformity towards schooling. Drawing on ideas from group psychology, and placing sisters centre stage, it seeks to shed light on some of the push and pull of unconscious processes and flows of affect across and between generations and groups, and their place in the educational identifications of working-class girls.
|Uncontrolled Keywords||social class, western europe, secondary education, family, sociology, psychoanalysis, qualitative interviews, femininities|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Psychology|
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