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  • 1. 1 2 Sue Sharpe 3 Pierre Bourdieu Davis and Moore 4 6 5 Emile Durkheim Nell Keddie Margaret Fuller 7 8 Gillborn and Youdell 9 Basil Bernstein Mairtin Mac an Ghaill EJO 2014
  • 2. 1 SCLY2 Name that sociologist 2 Looked at how the aspirations of girls changed over time from being family orientated to being career orientated. 4 3 Proposed the idea of ‘cultural capital’ and how the middle classes enable their children to achieve, generation on generation. 6 5 Looked at the role of education in society; how it unifies society as people are absorbed into the accepting the same ideas and values. Examined how black students in London interacted with the stereotypes associated with being female and black. Developed the idea of labelling and the self-fulfilling prophecy. 8 7 Argued that policies within schools to improve attainment have concentrated on A-C students. Looked at the way the social system with differential rewards motivates people to work hard and apply themselves to the education system. Concluded that differentiation of pupils by Teachers in comprehensive schools was as Effective as official streaming in impeding The progress of working class children. Argues that cultural deprivation is a myth. 9 Claimed there were two speech codes. the restricted is associated with working class and ethnic minorities. The elaborated code is the one used by the middle classes and in education. Analysed the extend to which racism is evident in the education system. EJO 2014