Capital-embedded parental involvement in education is essential in enhancing university enrollment and maximizing the educational potentials for equality and excellence. We propose an “Interacting Multiple Capitals (IMC)” framework and conduct semi-structured interviews to explore how multiple capitals in interplay affect ethnic Korean students’ transitions to university in China. Widening minority groups’ participation in tertiary education carries great promises for not only individuals’ upward socioeconomic mobility, also intergenerational cohesion and national competitiveness. This presentation will provide in-depth insights into the dynamic process through which the compounding capital resources via parental involvement become translated into university enrollment.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2016|
CitationGao, F., & Park, J. (2016, April). Parental involvement and university enrollment among ethnic Koreans in China: An “interacting multiple capitals” framework. Paper presented at the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (CESHK) Annual Conference 2016: Learning to Live Together & Comparative Education, and Third Across-Strait Four Region Forum on Comparative Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China.
- Interacting multiple capitals
- University enrollment
- Parental involvement