August 23, 2012

Everyday Sociology Talk: Shamus Khan on Education


Sociologist Shamus Khan discusses findings from his book, Privilege, with Dalton Conley.

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I believe that not necessarily the "education" matters, it's the credentials and the papers or rewards you obtain saying you're smart or going to be somebody that matters today.

The elite need not to go to college as much as those that don't have the smart necessary to go college


Love Shamus Khan.

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