|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Studenthood and identification: higher education as a liminal transitional space|
|Citation:||Field J & Morgan-Klein N (2010) Studenthood and identification: higher education as a liminal transitional space, 40th Annual SCUTREA Conference, University of Warwick, Leeds: Education-line / British Education Index.|
|Conference Name:||40th Annual SCUTREA Conference|
|Conference Location:||University of Warwick|
|Abstract:||This paper provides a conceptual discussion of studenthood as a way of understanding the ways in which student identities are related to participation and retention. Studenthood refers here to the variety of different ways in which registering for an education programme is implicated in people’s sense of who they are. The paper explores the potential of Turner's concept of liminal status for the analysis of non-traditional participation in higher education|
|Rights:||Statement from conference website: "SCUTREA holds a three day conference each year in early July, the proceedings of which are refereed and published. Past conference papers can be found in the Education-line collection." http://www.scutrea.ac.uk/index.html; Authors retain copyright.|
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