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Topic 1 - Adonis and Pollard
They see Private Education as a major way in which class privileges may be transmitted.
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Topic 1 - Douglas
- w/c pupils scored lower (ability tests) = parents spend less time on children's development i.e reading and educational activities. - w/c parent value education less and were not ambitious for their children - children became less motivated.
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Topic 1 - Bernstein
- w/c families - restricted code however m/c families - elaborated code - Bernstein + Young - Agree with Douglas they argue m/c mums buy educational toys to encourage thinking + reasoning.
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Topic 1 - Bereiter and Engelmann
- Argue that in w/c homes, language was less developed and used gesture, single words and disjointed phrases. This meant children did not gain abstract thinking ideas.
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Topic 1 - Feinstein
- m/c children successful when parents provided them with motivation, discipline and support
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- w/c pupils scored lower (ability tests) = parents spend less time on children's development i.e reading and educational activities. - w/c parent value education less and were not ambitious for their children - children became less motivated.

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Topic 1 - Douglas

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- w/c families - restricted code however m/c families - elaborated code - Bernstein + Young - Agree with Douglas they argue m/c mums buy educational toys to encourage thinking + reasoning.

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- Argue that in w/c homes, language was less developed and used gesture, single words and disjointed phrases. This meant children did not gain abstract thinking ideas.

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- m/c children successful when parents provided them with motivation, discipline and support

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