Differences at Bolton: Race, Class, and More
This chapter explores the dynamics between the ideal of equality and the reality of significant inequality in the prep school setting. These differences are explored with regard to race, class, international students, day students, form-hierarchy, and cliques. The ways the students negotiate this dichotomy between equality and inequality are part of their gender, class, and ethnic performances.
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