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I’d love to do some type of research which I’d need to go to University or some type of higher education establishment, [but] I can’t see a college being pleased if you get a phone call that says will you come out of college, t’little one’s having an asthma attack! And I can’t see him [her husband] letting me go on a campus life. Education appears to be Jenny’s lifeline. Remarks like these were scattered throughout the interview: You need something like this. If it’s only to keep your brain going, you know?

It was only when studying sociology as a mature student that I began to put together the different pieces of a jigsaw to form a composite picture of the some of the major influences on my life at that time. Extended Family and the Neighbourhood I was born in the home of my maternal grandparents in a colliery-owned house in a mining village, almost in the shadow of the pit shaft. My paternal grandparents lived close by. My mother’s father and her three brothers were miners and my father and his father were miners.

Despite my 42 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLASS BACKGROUND AND RESEARCH increasing knowledge of sociology, my early socialization within a patriarchal working-class culture was still very influential. Overview Listening to the stories of many of the women I interviewed, of whom Jenny, Dilys, Sheila and Heather are a representative sample, was again like listening to my own history as a woman from a working-class background. I understood the neighbourhood pressures about which Jenny and others spoke because as a child I had lived in a similar environment and I still have contacts there.

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