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  • Evaluate trends
    • Not meritocratic
      • domino effect H.ed >workforce
        • convergent patterns
    • Categories
      • Modood (1997) = hetergeneous
      • Archer (2003) political events = steretypes
      • Students = fear = subcultures and effects uni choice
        • Parents = location of school
          • Teachers = achievers vs believers
    • Labelling theory = Howard Becker 1963
      • Same as research> Wight (1986) Gillborn (1990)
      • Mac an Ghaill (1989) teachers = covertly racist.
        • Students = subcultures +masculinity and morale
      • Willis (1977) white - so :. not racist
        • + BME representation
          • Access course - conform to heirarchy
            • Family values of education
              • Extra curricular
                • Bernstein (1975)
                • Bordeiu (1977) capital
      • Criticims
        • Willis (1977) white - so :. not racist
          • + BME representation
            • Access course - conform to heirarchy
              • Family values of education
                • Extra curricular
                  • Bernstein (1975)
                  • Bordeiu (1977) capital
        • Modood (1997) BME wanted uni
          • BME 4.7 Whites = 4.1
          • Payne (2003) :. fear of labour race discrimination
            • Increase in BME =
              • more uni - awareness - finance
                • Bhatti (1999) more S.Asians drop out :. finance
                  • Blacks single parents
      • Modood (1997) BME wanted uni
        • BME 4.7 Whites = 4.1
        • Payne (2003) :. fear of labour race discrimination
          • Increase in BME =
            • more uni - awareness - finance
              • Bhatti (1999) more S.Asians drop out :. finance
                • Blacks single parents
    • Conc
      • covertly - overtly - institutionalised
      • low levels teaching and elaborate
      • school effects H.Ed

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