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Emile Derheim
Education passes on norms and values to children, this creates social order based on consensus. Everyone agrees on things
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Louise Althusser 1971
the main role of education in a capitalist society was the of reproduction of an efficient and obedient workforce
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Talcott Parsons
School is the bridge between adult role and family role, it passes on the value of achievement. Education is meritocratic
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Davis and Moore
Education sorts members of society into different roles. This is the principals of stratification.
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Bowles and Gintis 1976
Through the hidden curriculum they argued that school introduce the 'Long shadow of work' because schools create a hardworking workforce for a capitalist society. This process is essential for social reproduction
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Joseph Roundtree foundation 1997
1 in 10 children lived in poverty, poverty meaning not having 3 things other families take for granted
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Hasley 1980
The most important factor that stops children from staying in school is finance
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Douglas 1964
Kids in poverty do less well than other children
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Sugarman 1970
working class children and middle class children have a different outlook on life e.g deferred gratification vs instant gratification
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Bernstein 1970
Working class children use a short, simple form of speech- restricted speech
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Bourdieu
cultural capital
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Becker and Keddie 1971
teachers evaluate students in terms of an ideal student based on their appearance, personality and social class
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Bell 1981
labeling affected the way teachers taught their students
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Chubb and More 1990
Proposed the voucher system
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Peter Kraftl
estimates that between 50,000 to 150,000 children are home schooled
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