This book explores the experiences of working-class students in higher education at Radcliffe College during the years 1940-1970. More specifically, this work examines how the mid-point of the twentieth century's changing social, political, institutional, and economic forces influenced the undergraduate and alumnae satisfaction levels and post-graduate career paths of working-class students.
Dr. Jennifer O'Connor Duffy is an Assistant Professor in the Higher Education Administration Program at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. She received her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Boston College.
Foreword by Karen Arnold, Ph.D.; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 2 Review of Literature; 3 Research Design and Methodology; 4 Findings; 5 Discussion; References; Index.