material deprivation

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  • Material deprivation
    • Housing
      • overcrowding can effect less room for educational activities, no space to study
      • children in crowded homes run a greater risk of accidents.
      • families in temporary houses suffer more psychological distress, infection and accidents.
    • Diet and health
      • Marlyin Howard (2001)
        • young people form poorer homes have lower intakes of energy, vitamins and minerals.
          • families in temporary houses suffer more psychological distress, infection and accidents.
      • children form poorer house homes are more likely to have emotional or behavioural problems.
      • Wilkinson (1996)
        • among ten year old, the lower the social class, the higher the rate of hyperactivity, anxiety and conduct disorders
    • financial support and the cost of education
      • David Bull (1980)- the cost of free schooling)
        • lack of financial support means that children from poorer family have to do without equipment and miss out on experiences.
      • Emily Tanner et al (2003)
        • the cost of items such as transport, uniforms, books, calculators, and sports, music ar5re heavy burden on poor families.
          • as a result poor children may have to use cheaper but unfashionable equipment.
      • Flasherty
        • fear of stigmatisation may also help to explain why 20% of those eligiable for free school meals do not take up with their        entitlement.
      • 13% at Sunderland, a university with a large working-class intake but only 1.4% at Oxford.
      • The National Audit(2002)- working class students spent twice as much as time in paid work to reduce their debts as middle class students.

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