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Interview with Phil Brown
Phil Brown, Editor of British Journal of Sociology of Education
Phil Brown answers the questions
Q1: Why did you want to publish a Special Issue on Education & Social Mobility?
Q2: What audience were you trying to reach with the content of the issue?
Q3: What topics did you want your authors to address and how did you go about getting the papers in for the Special Issue?
Q4: Has the definition of ‘social mobility’ changed over time?
Q5: Can you tell us about the papers within the Special Issue in general and any papers that particularly stood out?
Q6: What conclusions or observations can you draw form the Special Issue? Are there any commonalities or areas of overlap?
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