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Skelton - Education - Female Disadvantage
Hidden curriculum affects difference in gender choices based on gender,
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Kelly - Education - Female Disadvantage
Science - masculine subject, textbooks - pictures of male interest, males dominate the classroom.
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Colley - Education - Female Disadvantage
Subjects at school are gendered - due to perceptions of what is masculine and what is feminine, teacher and parent encouragement and what sex school the pupil went to (Single sex, both sexes)
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DFE - Education - Male Disadvantage
73% of Females got 5 GCSE A*-C, 64% boys.
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Government data - Education - Male Disadvantage
Boys 2x more likely to have a special educational need, 2x more likely to have literacy problems and 4x more likely to be excluded from school.
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Willis, Sewell, Mac an Ghail - Education - Male Disadvantage
Willis and Mac an Ghail - looked at Working class lads attitudes towards school, Sewell looked at Afro Caribbean boys attitudes towards school..
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Home Office - Crime - Female Disadvantage
Suggests that women are more likely to be victims of domestic violence than males. 1 in 4 females experience domestic violence at some point in their lifetime. 6-10% experience it yearly.
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British Crime Survey - Crime - Female Disadvantage
13% of girls between 16-19 had experienced domestic abuse, 7/100 **** cases reported to police resulted in convictions.
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Walkate - Crime - Female Disadvantage
Female victims are largely ignored or hidden, and court procedures discourage women to take a case to court.
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Home Office - Crime - Male Disadvantage
Young men aged 10-17 found to be responsible for 20% of crime, only 4% of young women.
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Crown Court Sentencing Survey - Crime - Male Disadvantage
Boys were more likely to go to prison, women have less serious outcomes while men have more serious outcomes when convicted.
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Faludi - Crime - Male Disadvantage
Young males committing crime is not 'deviant' but is them expressing the qualities that we admire.
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Science - masculine subject, textbooks - pictures of male interest, males dominate the classroom.

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Kelly - Education - Female Disadvantage

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Subjects at school are gendered - due to perceptions of what is masculine and what is feminine, teacher and parent encouragement and what sex school the pupil went to (Single sex, both sexes)

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73% of Females got 5 GCSE A*-C, 64% boys.

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Boys 2x more likely to have a special educational need, 2x more likely to have literacy problems and 4x more likely to be excluded from school.

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