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Racialised expectations (internal)
Expecting different attitudes, behaviour and results from pupils from different ethnic backgrounds.
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Ethnocentric curriculum (internal)
This is the action of regarding your culture as superior to all others.
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Institutional racism (internal)
Descrimination that is built into the way schools work. E.g. The ethnocentric curriculum assuming and presenting white culture as superior.
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What are the four types of ways in which black pupils were found to react to school in Sewell's study?
The rebels, the conformists, the retreatists and the innovators.
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What four types of racism did Mirza find in their study of teacher racism?
Colour blind, liberal chauvinist and overt racist.
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What is meant by 'The image of slavery'?
Pryce (1979) argues that black caribbean cultureis less resistant to racism because of the experiance of slavery. As a result, many black pupils may have low self-esteem, and therefore underachieve in school.
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This is the action of regarding your culture as superior to all others.

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Ethnocentric curriculum (internal)

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Descrimination that is built into the way schools work. E.g. The ethnocentric curriculum assuming and presenting white culture as superior.

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The rebels, the conformists, the retreatists and the innovators.

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Colour blind, liberal chauvinist and overt racist.

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