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What is a pupil subculture?
A group of pupils who share similar values and behaviour patterns
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How do pupil subcultures develop?
LACEY = differentation ( proccess of teachers categorising students into ability) and polorisation ( pupils response)
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Name 2 subculture
1. good stream = pro -school subculture and bad stream = anti school subculture
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What is an Habitus?
WC pupils believed they should change how they talk and presented themselves to get better grades.
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Boudon positional theory states ...
a persons social position determines educational success or failure
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what is ethnicity
Lawson and Garrod - ' people who share common history , customs and identity , as well as , in most cases language and religion , who see themselves as a distinct unit'
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the external factor cultural deprivation ( ethnicity) has how many points?
3= intellectual skills & linguistic skills , attitudes & values , family structure & support
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the external factor material deprivation ( ethnicity) has how many points?
1= Racism in society
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the internal factors ( ethnicity) are
1. Labelling 2. Pupil response & subcultures 3. Ethnic identities 4. Ethnocentric curriculum 5. Institutional racism
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Name 3 ethnic identitiy's
Archer(2008) 1. The ideal pupil identity 2. The pathologised pupil identity 3. The demonised pupil identity
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Sewell argued that there are _ types of african caribbean subcultures
4
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Mirza studied ambitious black girls , the teachers discouraged them from ...
professional careers
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How do pupil subcultures develop?

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LACEY = differentation ( proccess of teachers categorising students into ability) and polorisation ( pupils response)

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Name 2 subculture

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What is an Habitus?

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Boudon positional theory states ...

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