Ethnic Interal Factors

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  • Created on: 27-03-19 22:25
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  • Ethnic Internal Factors
    • White British
      • ETHNO-CENTRISM
        • biased towards british culture which establishes a hierarchy
        • Strong self identity
        • Centered around british history
      • LABELLING
        • HARGREAVES
          • Halo effect in which a student labelled as good will carry that halo and whatever they do they will be perceived as good
        • To attach a meaning or definintion
        • BECKER
          • ideal pupil white, m/c, neat, hard working etc...
        • RIST
          • when first join placed and labelled by social background rather than ability
        • Self-fulfilling prophecy
          • internalize label and become it
      • SUB-CULTURE
        • dependent on external factors such as class
        • counter school culture
          • Willis' w/c lads
        • Pro-school culture
    • Black Caribbean
      • LABELLING
        • GILLBORN AND YOUDELL
          • teachers are quicker to discipline black students
          • Racialised expectations
          • expect black students to b problematic so misinterpret behaviour as challenge to authority
        • FULLER
          • Black girls don't accept their negative labels
          • recognised the value of education but rejected school system so acted like they weren't working
          • MIRZA black girls strategies can result in restricting themselves
            • MIRZA: racist teachers discourage black pupils from being ambitious
        • SEWELL
          • 4 strategies for coping with racism
            • The rebels
            • The confromists
            • The retreatists
            • The innovators
          • PUPIL SUB- CULTURES
      • ETHNO-CENTRISM
        • Only feature in history lessons as the slave trade which is degrading and lowers their self-perception
        • Reinforces and justifies the inequalities experienced
        • EDWARDS
        • TROYNA AND WILLIAMS
          • institutional racism
    • Asian
      • LABELLING
        • WRIGHT
          • teachers assumed that Asian students didn't know so didn't include them in discussions
          • Felt left out and isolated by not being able to prononunce their names
        • In some cases Asians are known for the stereotyped high knowledge so gain a halo effect
          • HARGREAVES
        • Asian students react better to racism due to being more resilient to it
          • This is due to the impact of colonialism in which Asian culture wasn't majorly ruined by colonisation
          • Higher self-pereption
      • ETHNO- CENTRISM
        • EDWARDS
          • Asians only appear in history as refugees from East Africa
      • SUB- CULTURE
        • Pro-school

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