kEY DEFINTIONS

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Material Deprivation
the inability fro individuals or households to affords certain goods that were typical in society at that specif time e.g resources to improve academic abilty
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Cultural Deprivation
Lack of skills and knowledge from culture that prevents childrens chance in society e.g the required language
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Social deprivation
this is the reduction of culturally normal interaction between as individual and the rest of society
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Social class subcultures
these are cultural subgroups in which are separate by social class. Thye often have similar backgrounds/ viewpoints e.g anti school
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Restricted code
A style of language associated wiht informal situations, they are usually ungramatical, disjointed and considered as inferior. This is associated with Bernstein
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Elaborated code
A style of Language associated wiht formal situations, they are context free and generally make more sense being strong in grammar with greater use of vocab
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Dominant Culture
this is a society that refers to the established language, religion, values, rituals and social customs
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Cultural Capital
this is associated with Bourdieu and is the non financail assets that promote social mobility beyond the economy
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Social Capital
the network of relationships among people who live and work in a particular society
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Deffered Gratification
the abilty to resist the temptation for an immediate reward and wait for a later rewad eg good grades
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Immediate Gratification
this is the belief of giving preference to immedaite rewards or shoter term plans, it can be considered to be the want it now approach
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Compensatory education
this offers supplementary programs or services designed to help children at risk of cognitive impairment and low educational achievement
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Meritocracy
the belief that children can achieve through their own hard work
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Parentocracy
the belief that parents can have a say, however this can be disputed due to catchment area etc
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Self Fullfilling Prophecy
the concept of making a prediction acting as if it has already become true
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A*- C economy
the idea of children being selected depending on their predicted grades. The c/d berderine get the most attention to improve the exam league tables
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Habitus
refers to the disposition or learned taken for granted ways of thinking being and acting shared by a particualr social class
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Symbolic capital
something which is gained where pupils who have been socilaised at home into middel class tastes and preferences
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Critical Race theory
the idea that racism is built in the institution and practices, it is locked in inequality ingrained deep within socialisation
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Ethnocentric curriculumn
the belief that western culture and education is superior to others. this can be reinforced by language taught and also history
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The New IQism
where setting is based along prior attainment and attitudes rather than the abilty of the student
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Disciplinarian discourse
the authority is made explicit and visible associated with Read,the children are spoken to like adults
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Liberal Discourse
also associated with Read, the authority is made invisible
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Male gaze
where male pupils and teachers look pupils up and down
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Colour Blind
this is associated with Mirza teachers reponses to racist attitudes. This is where the teacher belives in equality but allows racism to go un-noticed
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Liberal Chauvinist
the belief that black children are culturally deprived also from Mirza
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overt rasict
according to Mirza this is where there is acitve discrimination and blacks are inferior
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Labelling
the attachment of a meaning or defintion to a pupil, teachers attach these labels regardless of the academic abilty but often apperance, background
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Ritualism
according to peter wood this is pupil response which is going through the motions and staying out of trouble
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Ingratiation
again by peter woods this is where pupils follow the school values and norms and respect it
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Innovators
this is by Sewell and is a boys response to school. This is where the pupils are pro education but anti school they didnt seek approval of teachers and conformed as far as school work was concerned only
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Retreatists
the disconnected from school and black subcultures, despised by the rebels. This is also associated with Sewell
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Conformists
largest group, accepted the schools goals and had friends from different ethnic minority groups. Sewell
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Rebels
From Sewell, the smallest group they were influential and rejected goals and rules often leading to exclusion
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Collectivism
valuing being part of a group than a indinvidual by Sugarman
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