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Experimenting with student- teacher relationships:
Told teachers that the results from an IQ test showed 40% were outstanding and 60% were average or below. (They weren't)
The outstanding pupils began to do better than the others as teachers focused on them more

Rosenthal and Jacobson

2

Universalistic values- secondary socialisation at school

Parsons

3

Social solidarity and education is key for the economy (develop specialist skills

Emile Durkheim

4

Role allocation- school reveals what job you are best suited to do

Davis and Moore

5

Marketisation means schools treat parents like businesses treat customers

Chubb and moe

6

Parental choice- parents can choose the best schools for their children due to league tables and ofsted reports

Chubb and moe

7

Ideological state apparatus: school enforces capitalist ideologies on students. Prevents rebellion

Louis Althusser

8

School reproduces and legitimises class inequality

Althusser

9

Positional theory: rich at the top--> good school--> good profession--> more money
Poor at the bottom--> bad school--> bad profession--> less money

Raymond Boudon

10

The hidden curriculum and correspondence principle- students conform to the capitalist values

Bowles and Gintis

11

Working class boys form an anti school subculture and have social solidarity to cope with the fact that they will do badly

Paul Willis

12

Working class boys don't think that qualifications and good grades apply to them as they're destined for manual work

Paul Willis

13

Those who work hard are "ear oles"- made fun of by WC boys

Paul Willis

14

Teachers and careers advisors prepare the working class boys for mundane manual work. Students cope with the his by making a joke and having a "laff"

Paul Willis

15

Counters Bowles and Gintis- the students don't conform to schools values, they revel and ,earn to cope with it.

Paul Willis

16

The globalisation of education- businesses that operate in a global scale (school chains ran by large businesses)

Glen Rikowski

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The commodification of education- capitalists turn it into something that will benefit them (create a profit)

Glen Rikowski

18

'Typing' 1. Speculation
2. Elaboration
3. Stabilisation

David Hargreaves

19

Attainment (class) groups
1. Tigers
2. Cardinals
3. Clowns

Ray Rist

20

Labels based on students class- primary school allows children to decide when they're ready to learn. Middle class started first thus the working class labelled negatively

Sharp and Green

21

Banding and streaming- placed in classes based on ability, however low bands were working class as well

Neil Keddie

22

Black sixth form girls advised not to do science set out to prove teachers wrong- label motivates

Mary Fuller

23

Educational triage

Gilbourn and Youdell

24

Selection by mortgage

Gilbourn and Youdell

25

Silt shifting and cream skimming

Will Bartlett

26

Privileged skilled choosers
Semi skilled choosers
Local disconnected choosers

Sharon Gerwitz

27

Gap between working and middle class remains

Abigail McKnight

28

Schools focus should be a positive ethos not competition with other schools

Sally Tomlinson

29

Material deprivation- cramped living and unhealthy diet results in poor concentration at school

Marilyn Howard

30

Material dep- working class children can't afford latest gadgets so are teased by peers which knocks confidence

Emily tanner