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The paper below deals with the social dynamics that lead to stratification
in educational outcomes.  Much of this is implied by Coleman's work
(adolescent society through social capital).

 

Frank, K.A., Muller, C., Schiller, K., Riegle-Crumb, C., Strassman-Muller,
A., Crosnoe, R., Pearson J. 2008.
<https://www.msu.edu/user/k/e/kenfrank/web/papers/social%20dynamics%20of%20m
athematics%20coursetaking.pdf> "The Social Dynamics of Mathematics
CourseTaking in high school." American Journal of Sociology, Vol 113 (6):
1645-1696. 

 

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Subject: Network analysis and educational inequality

 

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Hi All,

 

Can anyone kindly point me to some literature on how network analysis is
used to study educational inequality (i.e., in terms of opportunities and
outcomes)?

 

Thanks,

Chang

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