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  1. Jul 2019
    1. Stuart Hall “There’s no permanent, fixed class consciousness. You can’t work out immediately what people think and what politics they have simply by looking at their socio-economic position” (Derbyshire). Similarly, Rubin et al. note “it is possible for a working-class person to have a relatively high [socio-economic status] while remaining in a stereo-typically “blue-collar” occupation” (196).

      Working class studies

  2. Nov 2018
    1. ​BUT, our students will not (most) have the economic, cultural, historical provenances nor intention ... the reality of community college students is that most will not produce academic discourse but will eak through multiple courses with minimum academic writing (and if so, poorly) while they will continue their certain continued marginalized communities that are, per Bourdieu, decapitalized (lacking cultural capital)​, whereas critical rhetoric could address these systemics inegalitarianism.