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A conversation with Çetin Çelik, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey about his work on social class, institutional habitus, and high school choices in Turkey, in which he investigates the effect of schools on the educational performance of working-class students. How do institutions other than the family shape cross-school behaviors, attitudes, aspirations, and academic performances of the students? Why do they choose different school types? How do the institutional character of these different school types change over time the way students think, behave, and make choices about their futures? Currently, Professor Çelik is a Fullbright visiting scholar at the Weatherhead Institute, Harvard University. His new project on Syrian refugees comparing how the same refugees in different countries are responding to stigmatization in different country contexts, focusing on Lebanon, Turkey, Germany, and the United States. https://wcfia.harvard.edu/cetin-celik https://ku.academia.edu/ÇetinÇelik https://cssh.ku.edu.tr/en/people/personel-detail/?user=ccelik

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