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What are the two different types of Speech code
Restricted and Elaborate
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What are the three main components of Cultural Deprivation?
Language, Parent's education, and Working-Class subculture
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What is a type of Sociologist?
Conflict Theorist
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What is a Speech Code?
A speech code basically any rule or registration that prohibits the use of certain speech
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More educated parents are more likely to what?
Use specialized language to engage their child
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Working class views are more?
Realistic
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What are external factors that affect education?
Domestic issues
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Why do working-class children underachieve?
Families fail to socialise their kids
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When was the Mines Act?
1842
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What is Functionalism?
Mental states are identified by what they do rather than by what they are made of.
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What is a Norm?
A specific rule that governs behaviour in particular situations
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What are the problem with Speech Codes?
Jobs in more formal sectors usually have elaborate speech codes
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Working-class tend to?
Value education less
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Restricted speech code is
Context-bound
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What is post Modernism?
A late 20th-century style and concept in the arts, architecture, and criticism
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Why is Family an agency of socialisation?
It set values and develops basic attitudes
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What do Structural Theorists argue?
Argues that social institutions such as the education system shapes human behaviour
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What is Socialisation?
The process by which individuals learn the norms and values of a particular culture/society.
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What Theoretical perspective is Feminism?
Conflict
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What is Cultural Deprivation?
A theory where a person has inferior norms, values, skills and knowledge.
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What is the March of Progress view?
Childhood has improved significantly,
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What is a point in the Conflict View?
Children are even more unequal to adults in today's society than ever before.
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What are the Conflict Views on Labour Laws?
They leave children vulnerable and unable to care for themselves, and reliant on adults
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Society has become more?
Child-Centered
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What are the main inequalities in children?
Children of different nationalities are likely to experience different childhoods.
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Does Gender factor into the inequalities of children?
Yes
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What was the study according to Howard(2001)?
Children born into poor families are also more likely to be shorter in height, to fall behind at school and to placed on child protection register.
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