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Durkheim
school is a society in minature made to socialise
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Parsons
meritocracy makes a bridge between education, family and wider society
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Davis and Moore
school is a device for selection and role allocation
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Chubb and Moe
consumer choice, american marketisation, vouchers given to parents
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Bowles and Gintis
the correspondence principle, school correspondes to work
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Willis
learning to labour
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Bourdieu
cultural capital and dominant white culture
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Becker
shared idea of 'ideal pupil'
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Rist
teachers use information of home backgrouns and appearance to group and classify students
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Keddie
cultural deprivation is victim blaming
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Gillborn and Youdell
A-C economy
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Douglas
working class pupils score lower on IQ tests and parents place less value on education
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Bernstein and Young
middle class parents buy more educational toys
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Bernstein
restricted and elaborated code
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Feinstein
working class parents lack interest in education due to negative experiences
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Hyman
values and beliefs of lower classes are a 'self imposed barrier'
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Sugarman
immediate gratification and the belief you will fail (fatalism)
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Wilkinson
the lower the social class the higher levels of hyperactivity, anxiety and conduct disorders
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Tanner
the costs of education and child poverty action group
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Ridge
Childhood poverty and social exclusion
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Sullivan
cultural capital and educational attainment
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Gerwitz
type of parents is important, privileged skilled choosers, disconnected local choosers and semi skilled choosers
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McRobbie
magazine study, 70s housewives compared to 90s independent women
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Gorard
gender gap increased sharply in 1989
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Mistos and Browne
decline in employment opportunities has caused an identity crisis in men
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Elwood
gender effects achievement
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Spender
teachers spend more time interacting with girls than boys
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French and French
gender inbalances do not account for failure as teachers spend similar times with each gender
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Francis
boys get more attention but are disciplined more harshly
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Swann
gender dufferences in communication styles
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Best
gender bias in childrens books
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Slee
boys are less attractive to schools as they have behavioural issues
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Sewell
education has been 'feminised'
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Myhill and Jones
male teachers treat boys more harshly
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Epstein
verbal abuse impacts boys,can not be labelled a swot
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Norman
boys are rewarded for being active, girls for being passive
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Byrne
teachers encourage boys to be tough and girls to be passive
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Murphy
gender ideals are different (vehicles and housing test)
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Connell
rich vocabulary of abuse reinforces gender indentity
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Lees
slags and drags titles, double standards in sexual conquests
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Parker
boys are labelled gay for being friendly to girls
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Mac and Ghail
class identity and labelling,english gentleman
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Haywood and Mac and Ghail
male teachers tease boys for getting lower scores than girls
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Moyihan
lone black mothers can not provide adequate financial care
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Pryce
family structure contributes to underachievement
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Bereiter and Englemann
creole language and underachievement
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Mirza
indian pupils do well even though english is not their first language
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Swann
language is not a main factor in underachievement (swann report)
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Gilborn and Youdell
black students are punished more harshly
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Wright
asian pupils are victims of labelling too, English are superior
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Fuller
black girls who are labelled channell their anger into success
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Troyna and Williams
curriculum is ethnocentric
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Coard
ethoncentric curriculum exclused ethnic minority
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Rosenthal and Jacobson
self fulfilling prophecy
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Lacey
differentiation and polarisation in subculture development
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