1. Sewell argued that..?
- Education is very masculine, celebrating qualities such as competitivenss and leadership, leading to boys' doing well
- Education has become feminised and schools do not nurture 'masculine traits' and instead celebrate qualities associated with girls
- Middle class boys are more likely to be harrassed if they appear to be 'swots'
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2. Who claimed that laddish culture was becoming increasingly more widespread and why?
- Francis - because females are getting careers and males respond by over-exaggerating thier masculinity
- Cohen - because of a lack of male role models both in the family and at school
- Baker - because the education is becoming over-feminised and boys respond by playing up to their masculinity
3. Francis argued that..?
- Most pupils thought that female teachers treated boys more harshly
- Two-thirds of 7-8 year olds believed that teacher gender didn't matter
- 64% of primary school students said they would rather be taught by a male teacher
4. Epstein argued that working class boys are more likely to be harrassed if they appear to be swots
5. Francis claimed that..?
- Boys are more likely to be labelled as swots, so naturally try to avoid this by horsing around in class
- Boys were more concerned than girls about being labelled by peers as swots because it was more of a threat to their masculinity
- Boys are more worried about being labelled as 'yobs' than girls, and so focus attention on school-work