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This study examines how the interaction of social, cultural and symbolic capital may explain to some extent how students make the transition through the interface between school and university and form new identities. It will also explore the main discourses employed by new university entrants to understand, structure, and negotiate the transition. And finally, it will examine how the discourses they employ about their experiences through narratives relate to the construction of new identities, empowerment within their specific contexts and the possibilities for future development.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This study examines how the interaction of social, cultural and symbolic capital may explain to some extent how students make the transition through the interface between school and university and form new identities. It will also explore the main discourses employed by new university entrants to understand, structure, and negotiate the transition. And finally, it will examine how the discourses they employ about their experiences through narratives relate to the construction of new identities, empowerment within their specific contexts and the possibilities for future development.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Casimir Adjoe (Rev. Fr.) is a lecturer in the Department of Languages of the Central University. Dr. Adjoe is member of the several professional bodies: British Association of Applied Linguists, Linguistic Association of Ghana and others. Areas of Specialisation: Applied Linguistics: Literature, language, and communication, etc.