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Upward Mobility in Education: The Role of Personal Networks Across the Life Course
How do individuals achieve upward mobility in education despite the well‐documented mechanisms that foster reproduction of inequalities? This question presents a fundamental puzzle for social science researchers and has generated an increasing body of research. The present article tackles the puzzle using a life course and personal network lens. Studying educational trajectories in Germany of students whose parents have low educational degrees, it asks: What paths did students take through thedoi:10.17645/si.v9i4.4612 fatcat:akyyc3dl65b47drsqlxmshrdze