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Being-in-motion: The everyday (gendered and classed) embodied mobilities for UK university students who commute

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Being-in-motion : The everyday (gendered and classed) embodied mobilities for UK university students who commute . / Holton, Mark; Finn, Kirsty.

In: Mobilities, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2018, p. 426-440.

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title = "Being-in-motion: The everyday (gendered and classed) embodied mobilities for UK university students who commute",
abstract = "This article makes the case for a more robust mobilities approach to student geographies in the UK, in order to problematise the enduring binary of [im]mobility (‘going away’ versus ‘staying local’) and to challenge the presumed linearity of educational (and mobility) transitions in higher education. Through a discussion of two UK-based studies, we make the case for considering the complex and multi-layered everyday mobilities of students who commute to illuminate a broader range of mobility practices that shape students’ experiences and identities, and which are embedded in multiple and intersecting embodiments of class, gender, age and ethnicity.",
keywords = "Mobility, local students, commuting, gender, identity, class",
author = "Mark Holton and Kirsty Finn",
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