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TONY SEWELL (1997)
Studied: Afro-Caribbean boys Findings: A-C boys made up 32% of the population yet accounted for 85% of exclusions. Teachers have negative views of them and “lumped” them altogether (stereotyping).
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HEIDI MIRZA (1992)
Studied: young black women Findings: In general, women were ambitious and hard working. They tended to keep their distance and maintain a cool and calm relationship with their teacher.
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PAUL CONNOLLY (1998)
Studied: multi-ethnic primary schools Findings: The children were hard-working, obedient and conformist. Boys were often praised for good work whilst girls tend to be left alone – teachers believer the girls don’t need the help.
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JOHN ABRAHAM (1995)
Studied: teachers Findings: typical boys misbehaved much more than girls. Typical girls were hardworking and, well-behaved and don’t say much.
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DALE SPENDER (1983)
Studied: herself and other teachers Findings: boys take up 60%+ of teachers time. Girls are largely invisible and boys get away with poking fun at girls in class.
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MICHELLE STANWORTH (1983)
Studied: a-level students Findings: teachers give more attention to boys. Teacher have more interest in ensuring that boys met their targets.
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Studied: young black women Findings: In general, women were ambitious and hard working. They tended to keep their distance and maintain a cool and calm relationship with their teacher.

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