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Asian American college men: Constructing gender and racial identities
This ethnographic interview study explores how 16 undergraduate Asian American college students of various ethnic backgrounds construct their identities as men and narrate their experiences in relation to their families, ...
Securing a financial future under new economic times: White, working-class, first-generation college students re-forming social class through higher education
This qualitative research study involves 18 white, working-class, first-generation college students. Each participant was interviewed three times concerning their educational life-histories, their decision to attend college ...
The college experience for students with physical disabilities
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine how physical disabilities impact the experience of college students. Issues including physical accessibility, support services, and the transition from high school to ...
Positioned and positioning in globalizing socialist China: Higher education choices, experiences and career aspirations among Chinese college students
This dissertation contributes to the effort to bring a dialectical interaction of agency and structure into the mega-narrative of globalization, looking into how young people from different social backgrounds are positioned ...