Studying Up: Money, Class and Culture among Financial Aid Students at Duke

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Sekerak, Jennifer Brynne

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2013-04-25T15:19:04Z

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2013-04-25T15:19:04Z

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2013-04-25

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Cultural Anthropology

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This thesis explores the culture of the Duke, lower income, financial aid student and how they navigate their differences on a campus known for its wealth. It also delves into the the ways in which cultural capital inform their time here and their dis-identification with the American Dream, as well as provides insight into their time at Duke.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/6801

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financial aid

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Duke culture

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Studying up

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lower income student

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financial aid student

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American Dream

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Studying Up: Money, Class and Culture among Financial Aid Students at Duke

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Honors thesis

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