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Vikki Boliver
Vikki Boliver
Professor of Sociology, Durham University
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How fair is access to more prestigious UK universities?
V Boliver
The British journal of sociology 64 (2), 344-364, 2013
5892013
Expansion, differentiation, and the persistence of social class inequalities in British higher education.
V Boliver
Higher Education 61 (3), 229-242, 2010
4852010
The grandparents effect in social mobility: Evidence from British birth cohort studies
TW Chan, V Boliver
American sociological review 78 (4), 662-678, 2013
2912013
Are there distinctive clusters of higher and lower status universities in the UK?
V Boliver
Oxford review of education 41 (5), 608-627, 2015
2722015
Exploring ethnic inequalities in admission to Russell Group universities
V Boliver
Sociology 50 (2), 247-266, 2016
1992016
Misplaced optimism: How higher education reproduces rather than reduces social inequality
V Boliver
British Journal of Sociology of Education 38 (3), 423-432, 2017
1202017
Do comprehensive schools reduce social mobility?1
V Boliver, A Swift
The British journal of sociology 62 (1), 89-110, 2011
1082011
Which are the most suitable contextual indicators for use in widening participation to HE?
S Gorard, V Boliver, N Siddiqui, P Banerjee
Research Papers in Education 34 (1), 99-129, 2019
812019
What do we know about Black and minority ethnic (BAME) participation in UK higher education?
J Arday, C Branchu, V Boliver
Social Policy and Society 21 (1), 12-25, 2022
582022
Will the use of contextual indicators make UK higher education admissions fairer?
V Boliver, S Gorard, N Siddiqui
Education Sciences 5 (4), 306-322, 2015
562015
Education under new labour, 1997–2010
A Heath, A Sullivan, V Boliver, A Zimdars
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 29 (1), 227-247, 2013
512013
Using contextual data to widen access to higher education
V Boliver, S Gorard, N Siddiqui
Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education 25 (1), 7-13, 2021
492021
Admissions in context: The use of contextual information by leading universities
V Boliver, C Crawford, M Powell, W Craige
482017
Why are British Ethnic Minorities Less Likely to be Offered Places at Highly Selective Universities? in Alexander, C. and Arday, J.(eds) Aiming Higher: Race, Inequality and …
V Boliver
Runnymede Perspectives, 2015
432015
Exploring ethnic differences in the post-university destinations of Russell Group graduates
L Lessard-Phillips, V Boliver, M Pampaka, D Swain
Ethnicities 18 (4), 496-517, 2018
422018
Performance-based university funding and the drive towards ‘institutional meritocracy’in Italy
JL Mateos-González, V Boliver
British Journal of Sociology of Education 40 (2), 145-158, 2019
402019
Lies, damned lies, and statistics on widening access to Russell Group universities
V Boliver
Radical Statistics, 2016
382016
Second generation attainment and inequality: Primary and secondary effects on educational outcomes in Britain and the United States
MC Waters, A Heath, V Tran, V Boliver
The Children of Immigrants at School, 120-159, 2013
352013
Ethnic inequalities in admission to highly selective universities
V Boliver
Dismantling race in higher education: Racism, whiteness and decolonising the …, 2018
332018
Reconceptualising fair access to highly academically selective universities
V Boliver, P Banerjee, S Gorard, M Powell
Higher Education, 1-16, 2022
302022
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