DEA-CLASS

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Bourdieu – Cultural capital
Class Subcultures; education system is biased towards MC, uses knowledge and skills of MC culture, MC kids have specific aim of excluding WC children from educational success.
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Hasley - Material Deprivation
He found material factors central to whether pupils stayed on at school beyond 16.
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Bernstein – Language Codes
Class Subcultures; Middle class families more likely to bring up their children to speak a language or "code" which developed conceptual thought -"Elaborated code".
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Ridge – Material Deprivation
Class Differences – Cost of items such as transport, uniform, books, computers places a heavy burden on poor families. Not fitting in increases the risk of children being bullied- direct effect on attainment
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JWB Douglas 1964 - Parental Interest
Parental Interest - Class Subcultures; in a longitudinal study of UK school pupils asserted that the greatest impact on a student's progress was the level of interest shown in the child's education. MC parents-greater attention
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Sugarman - Gratification
Subculture; instant and deferred gratification. WC pupils more likely to leave school early and try getting a job at a young age. MC children- stay in education
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He found material factors central to whether pupils stayed on at school beyond 16.

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Hasley - Material Deprivation

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Class Subcultures; Middle class families more likely to bring up their children to speak a language or "code" which developed conceptual thought -"Elaborated code".

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Class Differences – Cost of items such as transport, uniform, books, computers places a heavy burden on poor families. Not fitting in increases the risk of children being bullied- direct effect on attainment

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Parental Interest - Class Subcultures; in a longitudinal study of UK school pupils asserted that the greatest impact on a student's progress was the level of interest shown in the child's education. MC parents-greater attention

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