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Soc Edu Thry 5

AQA Sociology Education Theory 5: Relationships & Processes in Schools

Subcultures are not always coherent groups with shared values, as Willis, Hargreaves, etc. suggest. Identities are an amalgamation of a variety of influences. Woods 1983
There are five different male subcultures: 'macho lads', 'academic achievers', 'new enterprisers', 'real englishmen' and gay students. Mac an Ghaill 1994
There has been a 'remasculisation of the vocational curriculum'. Although girls dislike the masculinity of 'macho lads', most sought boyfriends. Mac an Ghaill 1994
Young black women have a positive attitude towards success; however, some view teachers as racist, leading to a lack of respect for schools as institutions. Mirza 1992
Muslim boys often drew upon aspects of Black culture, though their own academically-driven culture sometimes clashed with the hyper-masculine ideals, and they still tended to work hard. Archer 2003
Young working class White women aren't as rebellious as the 'lads' in Willis' study. They formed friendships and deviance took a sexual nature rather than trouble-making. Women entered work for markets of labour, sexual relations or marriage. Griffin 1985
Teachers ascribe low ability to working class pupils. Becker 1971
Teachers systematically discriminate against working class pupils by failing to recognise their intelligence. Gillborn and Youdell 1999
Inaccurate teacher expectations lead to long term effects and a self fulfilling prophecy, particularly for children in lower-income families. Sorhagen 2013
Grouping is not always only based on attainment; often behaviour is taken into consideration, which can negatively affect working class pupils. Ireson et al 2002
Though structural influences are important in ned/chav culture, a lot of middle class pupils choose this identity because it obtains them social status among peers (agency-based influences). Young 2012
The hidden curriculum puts emphasis on efficiency and value for money over equality, Cotton, Winter & Bailey 2013
Working class anti-school subcultures are found in bottom sets and are caused by labelling. Hargreaves 1967
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