Best Early Career Article
British Journal of Sociology of Education
About the prize
The British Journal of Sociology of Education Executive Editors are pleased to announce the Best Early Career Article of 2017 is “Heroic heads, mobility mythologies and the power of ambiguity”, written by Christy Kulz.
Kulz, who’s article was published in Volume 38, issue 2, will receive £250 as a part of this prestigious prize.
The 2017 shortlist for volume 38 is below.
The journal and publisher offer their warm congratulations, and wish all shortlisted authors every success as they embark on further studies and continue their careers in sociological education research.
|2017-Shortlisted||Jessie Abrahams||Honourable mobility or shameless entitlement? Habitus and graduate employment||38||5|
|2017-Shortlisted||William Baker||Aspirations: the moral of the story||38||8|
|2017-Shortlisted||Rhiannon Evans||Emotional pedagogy and the gendering of social and emotional learning||38||2|
|2017-Shortlisted||Christy Kulz||Heroic heads, mobility mythologies and the power of ambiguity||38||2|
|2017-Shortlisted||Cora Lingling Xu||Mainland Chinese students at an elite Hong Kong university: habitus–field disjuncture in a transborder context||38||5|