- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- List of acronyms
- Note on author
- Preface: A post-Brexit Preface
- Introduction: Young people’s lives at university in crisis
Part 1:University for all? How higher education shapes inequality among young people
OneSocial consequences of mass access in Europe
TwoHow welfare influences the lives of young people in university
ThreeBeyond differences? Determinants of inequality among European young people in university
Part 2:Exploring the inequality of university lives in England, Italy and Sweden
FourInvestigating young people’s semi‑dependence during university
FiveThe different profiles of young people’s experiences in university
SixExplaining inequality: the role of social origins and welfare sources
Part 3:The ‘eternal transition’: young adults and semi-dependence in university
SevenThe family: saviour or ‘inequaliser’?
EightThe labour market contradiction: a precarious form of dependence
NineState: generous, conditional or absent?
- Conclusion: Addressing growing inequality among young people in university
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