sociology- ethnic differences

Foster (1990)
Stereotype black pupils- lead to them in lower sets
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Gillborn & Gillborn and Youdell (2000)
Found teachers were quicker to discipline black pupils
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Bourne (1994)
See black boys as threatening- leads to exclusion
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Wright (1992)
Argued teachers assumed Asian pupils would have a poor grasp of English langauge so used simplistic language. Weren't a threat but as a problem they could ignore.
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Archer (2008)
Argues teachers' define ethnic minority pupils as lacking the favoured identity of the ideal pupil.
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Fuller (1984)
Black girls in year 11 in a London Comprehensive- instead of accepting negative stereotypes, they put their anger about being labelled into trying to succeed.
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Mac an Ghail
Black and Asian A level students- didn't necessarily accept the label but found ways to overcome it.
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Mirza
Black girls failed to achieve their ambitions because their coping strategies failed e.g. trying to avoid certain staff for help.
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Mirza
Three types of teachers: The colour blind (believe all pupils were equal, allow racism to go unchallenged), The liberal chauvinists (black pupils are culturally deprived and so have low expectations), The overt racists (believe blacks are inferior)
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Sewell
Variety of boys responses: The rebels (conformed to black macho lad image), the conformists (keen to succeed), the retreatists (disconnected from school), the innovators (pro education but anti school).
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Troyna and Williams
The curriculum gives priority to white culture and English language.
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Ball
Argues the curriculum promotes an attitude of "little Englandism"- ignoring the history of black and asian people.
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Tikly (2006)
Found in 30 schools the blacks were more likely than whites to be entered for lower tier GCSE exams.
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Gilborn
Uses the term "new IQism" to demonstrate how teachers and policymakers make false assumptions about pupil's potential.
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Roithmayr (2003)
Institutional racism is locked in inequality
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Davenport and Susan
This study found discrimination in selection procedures into certain schools in America. Ethnic minorities typically couldn't get into the better schools.
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Found teachers were quicker to discipline black pupils

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See black boys as threatening- leads to exclusion

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Argued teachers assumed Asian pupils would have a poor grasp of English langauge so used simplistic language. Weren't a threat but as a problem they could ignore.

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Argues teachers' define ethnic minority pupils as lacking the favoured identity of the ideal pupil.

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