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Week 7 Lecture

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Continuation of last weeks discussion: Carl James reading: Similar kinds of arguments to Fergusons article How schools navigate and negotiate schooling He goes beyond Ferguson and talks about the different responses Variation and how menboys are responding to this Boys are being labelled as bad boys and troublemakers He describes the different ways of responding in schools One type of students are those who give out, labelled as rebels, not interested in schools, these are the ones who have the most masculinity and these are the students who refuse or drop out all together or refuse to engage in school A second type of students are those who have a distrust and respond in complex ways, there are some refusal in terms of the school returns, so do not fully engage Another type of students are innovators: pro-academics, want to do well academically but oppose the rules and practices of the schools The way that the intensive rule of schools is part of this process, schools are intent on monitoring and watching especially the black boys and perceive them as troublemakers Its complicated by the racialization of black boys Sports can mediate this, it takes off some pressure off them, its something that they enjoy more than doing academics only There are different
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