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How Inequality Runs in Families: Unfair Advantage and the Limits of Social Mobility

Gideon Calder Orcid Logo

Swansea University Author: Gideon Calder Orcid Logo

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Abstract

An analysis of how family background shapes the life chances of children in the contemporary UK, and how this relates to questions of social justice and the widely held belief that promoting social mobility is key to a fair society.

ISBN: 978-1447331537
ISSN: 9781447331551
Published: Bristol, U.K. and Illinois, Chicago, U.S.A Policy Press 2016
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa30112
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Abstract: An analysis of how family background shapes the life chances of children in the contemporary UK, and how this relates to questions of social justice and the widely held belief that promoting social mobility is key to a fair society.
Keywords: social mobility, social status, equality, families, social justice, social science : discrimination, race relations, minority studies, marriage and families, Great Britain,
College: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences