“Life is a struggle and we have to keep on fighting”: first generation students in Portugal in the age of economic crisis

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Ana Sofia Ribeiro

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Niniejszy artykuł jest krytyczną analizą wpływu kryzysu ekonomicznegona publiczny sektor szkolnictwa wyższego w Portugalii i opiera się na biograficznym studium przypadku studentki z pierwszego pokolenia studiujących, której narracja jest odbiciem prekarnych i niestabilnych warunków życia tej grupy. Autorka dowodzi, że obecna polityka redystrybucyjna państwa opiera się na negatywnym naznaczeniu studentów wymagających wsparcia socjalnego, a zbyt silny nacisk na wspierającą rolę rodziny dodatkowo utrwala relatywnie niską pozycję społeczną takich studentek. W końcu, zdolność do funkcjonowania studentów w ramach takiego systemu zależy od wsparcia indywidualnych sieci opieki.

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Ribeiro, A. S. (2013). “Life is a struggle and we have to keep on fighting”: first generation students in Portugal in the age of economic crisis. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 7(1), 219-240. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt.2013.1.13
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Ana Sofia Ribeiro

Ana Sofia Ribeiro – doktorantka w Research School Educationand Capabilities, Uniwersytetu w Bielefeldzie oraz badacz w Centrum Studiów nad Polityką Publiczną UAM, w ramach projektu badawczego Fundacji Marie Curie EduWel (Education as Welfare, www.eduwel-eu.org).

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