SOCIAL CLASS, IMMIGRATION AND THE SCHOOL: ACCOUNTABILITY CONCERNS ON MIGRATION IN THE DISCOURSE OF SCHOOLTEACHERS IN GREECE

Antonis Sapountzis & Anastasia Dea
Abstract: Research on social class is scant within social psychology, although recent economic developments have turned many researchers’ gaze on various research fields relating to class. An important aspect of social class research has been intersectionality, namely the relation of social class to other identities, such as gender and ethnicity. It is often argued that social agents develop an understanding of social class that is inseparable of issues of gender and ethnicity. Following a discursive...
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