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EDUCATION ­ KEY TERMS SCLY2
Social This is when bonds between people and
solidarity institutions in society create a sense of
commitment and belonging to society,
beyond individual needs and backgrounds
allow for a sense of togetherness and
stability.
Role The means by which education sorts
allocation students into the appropriate jobs for their
abilities and talents.
Hidden The informal learning of particular values,
Curriculum attitudes and behaviour through the
experience of attending school ­ these are
not formally taught.…read more

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EDUCATION ­ KEY TERMS SCLY2
Ideological An institution in society which
State subconsciously socialises us into a set of
Apparatus ideas that serve the interests of a
particular group (usually the most
powerful in society)
Tripartite The system of secondary education created
system after the 1944 Education Act based on 3
types of schools ­ Grammar, Secondary
Modern and (in theory) Technical schools.
The 11+ exam was used to allocate pupils.…read more

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EDUCATION ­ KEY TERMS SCLY2
Restricted The speech code typically used by the
speech code working class. It has limited vocabulary
and is based on the use of short, often
unfinished, grammatically simple
sentences. Speech is context-bound ­ the
speaker assumes that the listener shares
the same set of experiences.
Immediate A preference for immediate pleasure or
gratification reward, without regard for the longer-
term consequences ­ e.g. going out with
friends instead of doing your homework.…read more

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EDUCATION ­ KEY TERMS SCLY2
Labelling The process of attaching a definition or
meaning to an individual or a group.
Often the label is a stereotype that defines
all members of a group the same way.
Self-fulfilling Where a prediction about a person or
prophecy group comes true simply because it has
been made. The prediction changes the
individual's self-image, bringing it in line
with the expectations that others have of
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