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- Created on: 14-04-18 22:14
1. What is the definition of material deprivation?
- Refers to having a lack of materialistic needs and can be sometimes be defined as poverty
- Refers to having a lack of materialistic needs
- Refers to having a lack of material necessities. It can be sometimes be described as living in poverty
- Refers to having nothing that is needed therefore, being in full poverty
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2. What problems occur with temporary accomodation ? (indirect)
- Physcholgical distress, conduct disorders and diseases= absences
- Move and frequent changes of schooling causes disrupted and disjointed education =absences
- Physchiological distress, infections, accidents = absences
- Mental health issues, ill health and obesity =absences
3. Blanden and Machin found that in lower income families children are likely to engage in ___________ such as violence or temper tantrums. What is the missing word?
- Violent behaviour
- Extreme behaviour
- Externalising behaviour
- Externalised behaviour
4. Why do only 30% of university students come from working class backgrounds?
- Underachievement i.e. not getting the grades needed
- Fear of stigmatisation from peers
- Fear of debt and limited financial support
- Not fitting in
5. Why does having less energy, lack of nutrition and vitamins affect education?
- Affects concentration levels
- Affects health which in result causes absences and difficulties concentrating
- Affects health which in result causes absences which result in disjointed education
- Can be costly therefore, unable to purchase equipment which aids learning