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Lecture 8

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Child and Youth Studies
Course Code
CHYS 1F90
Professor
Rebecca Raby

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Lecture 8: Racialization and Education Exam: everything from week 6 on is fair gain Terms from all year may be in the exam Week 11/12 -> terms considered to be examinable - Schools both challenge, and contribute to inequality - Culture, ethnicity, and race are distinct and shifting terms - Young people’s lives are shaped by culture, ethnicity and race, sometimes with difficult consent PART A: Schooling A) Schools and equality o Skill development and credentials o Encountering diversity B) Socialization and society o Reproducing culture o Hidden curriculum C) Schools and inequality o Social reproduction theory: Bowles and Gintis (1976) Schooling in Capitalist America  Shattering ideology as schools as equal o Via preparing students for certain kinds of work  E.g. Barman, Jean “Schooled for Inequality: The Education of British Columbia Aboriginal Children”  E.g. military recruiting in US inner city schools o And sorting procedures  E.g. Jenny Oakes (1985) Keeping Track: How Schools Structure Inequality  Remediation -> bad teachers/curriculum , etc. o Lower quality even though it is supposed to help them  E.g. Angela Valenzuela (2009) “Subtractive schooling, caring relations, and social capital in the schooling of US – Mexican youth” Unequal Resources - Exacerbated by inequality and underfunding - Cultural capital o Class is linked to a certain type of being o Habitas – a way of being within that culture, makes it comfortable o How you learn that habitas, and learn to embrace and be successful, what is valuable o The inequality comes into play because most of the institutions reflect middle class values and reward middle class - Schools values are whose values? o For some an easier fit o For some a harder fit PART B: Defining race, culture and ethnicity Culture: the “set of dis
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