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Erzsébet Bukodi and John H. Goldthorpe (2018), Social Mobility and Education in Britain: Research, Politics and Policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, £19.99, pp. 260, pbk.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 October 2019

JAKE ANDERS*
Affiliation:
UCL Institute of Education, University College Londonjake.anders@ucl.ac.uk

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