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DFE - Education - Working Class Disadvantage
Only 35% of pupils with free school meals got 5 A*-C at GCSE level, however 62% without got 5 A*-C.
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Bourdieu - Education - Working Class Disadvantage
Education system is bias towards ruling classes, devalues the skills and knowledge of Working Class.
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Bourdieu - Education - Working Class Disadvantage
Education discriminates against Working Class because they lack the cultural capital to succeed.
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Willis - Education - Working Class Disadvantage
Working Class lads saw manual labour as their career goal and therefore didn’t see the point in working hard in education because it was irrelevant.
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Becker - Education - Working Class Disadvantage
Teachers label new students, Working Class get labelled as troublemakers, leading to the self fulfilling prophecy.
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Kenway - Education - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
At private schools, girls were encouraged to develop high levels of self esteem by devaluing girls who went to state schools.
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Scott - Education - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
Public/Private schools and Oxbridge socialise children into a culture of privilege, learning values such as superiority, acceptance of authority etc.
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The Sutton Trust - Education - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
Found that 50% of pupils attending elite Westminster schools got a place at Oxford and Cambridge.
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Walmsley et al - Crime - Working Class Disadvantage
41% of prisoners are from the lowest classes however only 19% of the world population are from the lowest classes.
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Barnardo's - Crime - Working Class Disadvantage
Children in the youth justice system are from the poorest and most disadvantaged families.
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Bourgois - Crime - Working Class Disadvantage
New York Drug dealers - Growing up poor in the richest city in the world.
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Cohen - Crime - Working Class Disadvantage
Status frustration - turn to deviant subcultures which allow for frustration of this status frustration to be relieved.
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Graham and Bowing - Crime - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
Middle class children are just as likely to be involved in crime but it is hidden and taken less strictly by the police.
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Gordon - Crime - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
Capitalism leads to greed - white collar crime (fraud) - gives the upper class and middle class money.
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Messerschmidt - Crime - Middle/Upper Class Advantage
Different class males demonstrate their masculinity in different ways by committing different types of crime, middle class males commit white collar crime which goes ignored.
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