Gewirtz:parental choice Privileged-skilled choosers -these were mainly professional middle-class parents who used their economic and cultural capital to gain educational capital for their children. being prosperous, confident and well educated, this meant that they could move there children around so that they could get the best deal out of the education system. - Disconnected-local choosers these were working-class parents whose choices were restricted by their lack of economic and cultural capital. - semi-skilled choosers these parents were mainly working-class, but unlike disconnected-local choosers, they were ambitious for their children, distance and cost of travel meant they did not get to pick the best schools. -Semi-skilled choosers Mainly w/c but they were ambitious for their children, they lacked cultural capital and found it difficult to make sense of the education market, often relying on peoples opinions on schools, they were frustrated that they could not get their children into the schools they wanted, showing that middle class are the only ones that really have the choice.