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labelling
Labelling is the term used to describe how pupils are given group labels based on behaviour, ability or disability.
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self fulfilling prophecy
self-fulfilling prophecy is what happens when someone conforms to the label they have been given (eg. children told they are high flyers start to do better in class)
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Ideal pupil
the child who does as they are told, complete all their work, turns up to lessons on time with all their equipment and gets their target grades or better in their exams.
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Anti-school subcultures
the small groups that occur in schools that try to go against the main learning culture of the school, for example boys who escape from school at lunchtime, girls who hang around in the toilets instead of going to lessons,
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Material deprivation
not having money and belongings that the majority of people have. This can change over time (eg. someone without a computer in 1980 would not be considered to be suffering from material deprivation, but they might be seen that way now
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Cultural deprivation
not being able to access activities of society because of social factors such as poverty or discrimination (for eg. not being able to access homework websites due to lack of computer / internet)
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Parental attitudes
In education, parental attitudes refers to how parents feel about the value of education and qualifications
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self-fulfilling prophecy is what happens when someone conforms to the label they have been given (eg. children told they are high flyers start to do better in class)

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