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I therefore conclude that transnational family habitus should be seen as asset because it provides BME young people with a sense of wellbeing, inclusion and belonging. She has conducted extensive empirical research in the UK across a range of social issues including black and minority families living in disadvantaged communities, the study of families and in the Caribbean and North America.

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Help Privacy Terms. Falling between the cracks: What diversity means for black women in higher education C Jones Policy Futures in Education 4 2 , , She has conducted extensive empirical research in the UK across a range of social issues including black and minority families living in disadvantaged communities, the study of families and in the Caribbean and North America. Her current research consultancy is with Family Action. Tracey has over 60 publications in the form of books, articles in international peer reviewed journals, chapter in edited volumes, policy reports and working paper.

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Citation of her publication currently stands at In Tracey was awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Research Excellence Award in recognition of her research leadership and enterprise within her specialist field, and in August named a ' Sociology Super Author' by Taylor and Francis Routledge Press. She has conducted extensive empirical research in the UK across a range of social issues including black and minority families living in disadvantaged communities. Reynolds, T. Reynolds, T Reynolds, T; Callender, C.

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