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Social class, gender, and exclusion from school

Jean Kane

Social class, gender, and exclusion from school

by Jean Kane

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Student expulsion -- Scotland -- Case studies,
  • Children with social disabilities -- Education -- Scotland -- Case studies,
  • Marginality, Social -- Scotland -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJean Kane.
    GenreCase studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3089.4.G7 S364 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24081010M
    ISBN 109780415553018, 9780415553025, 9780203845011
    LC Control Number2010007311

    Social Exclusion. Social exclusion refers to ways in which individuals may become cut off from full involvement in the wider society. It focuses attention on a broad range of factors that prevent individuals or groups from having opportunities open to the majority of the population. The book also provides conceptual grounding in understanding race, class, and gender; has a historical and sociological perspective; and includes conceptual introductions by the authors. Students may gain the most from the introduction sections that highlight key .

    Equality vs. Inequality: The book has talked about the discrimination faced by different marginalized groups, such as economic, social and political discrimination. Caste, class, gender based discriminations have been discussed extensively. But, at most places, the book File Size: KB. Kane, J. () Social Class, Gender And Exclusion From School. Routledge: London. ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten.

    "Race," Class and Gender in Exclusion from School, by Cecile Wright, Debbie Weekes, and Alex McGlaughlin. London: Falmer Press, pp. $, cloth. $, paper. This book examines the confluent impact of race, class, and gender on school exclusion in the British educational system.   Tackling social exclusion should be a central aim of any civilised social policy. In this meticulously revised and updated new edition of his groundbreaking study, Sport and Social Exclusion, Mike Collins has assembled a vast array of new evidence from a range of global sources to demonstrate how the effects of social exclusion are as evident in sport as they are in any area of society.


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Social class, gender, and exclusion from school by Jean Kane Download PDF EPUB FB2

The meanings of school exclusions; social class, gender and schooling; social identities of excluded pupils; negotiating identities in school: moving towards exclusion; exclusions and young people’s lives; improving participation in by: 6.

the meanings of school exclusions; social class, gender and schooling; social identities of excluded pupils; negotiating identities in school: moving towards exclusion; exclusions and young people’s lives; improving participation in by: 6.

the meanings of school exclusions; social class, gender and schooling; social identities of excluded pupils; negotiating identities in school: moving towards exclusion; exclusions and young people’s lives; improving participation in schooling. Working-class boys, children living in poverty, and children with additional/special educational needs are among those experiencing a disproportionate rate of exclusion.

This book traces the processes of exclusion and alienation from school and relates this to a changing social and economic context. Social Class, Gender and Exclusion From School, Jean, Kane. New York, NY: Routledge, English Language Teachers on the Discursive Faultlines: Identities Author: Oksana Moroz.

Social class of the book "Social Class, Gender and Exclusion from School": Rising exclusion rates indicate the continuing marginalisation of many young people in education in the UK.

Working-class boys, children living in poverty, and children with additional/special educational needs are among those experiencing a disproportionate rate of exclusion. Alex McGlaughlin is Associate Head, Department of Social Sciences and Reader in Psychology at the Nottingham Social class University.

His teaching and research in Human Development has resulted in publications of infant crying, stress and stimulation in childhood and exclusion from by: 'race', Class and Gender in Exclusion from School book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. First published in Routledge is an 5/5(1).

Race, Class and Gender in Exclusion From School (Studies in Inclusive Education Series) Ale McGlaughlin This book provides a compelling account and analysis of the delicate balance between power and resistance and the ways in which developing conceptions of 'self' must be entered into any theoretical model.

the meanings of school exclusions; social class, gender and schooling; social identities of excluded pupils; negotiating identities in school: moving towards exclusion; exclusions and young people’s lives; improving participation in : Jean Kane. Social Class, Gender and Exclusion from School by Jean Kane,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

It will be suggested here that assessing the ethos of a school is important for situating the relationships which take place within it. The concept of school ethos, therefore, can provide an illuminating perspective on the relationship between institutional definitions of adequate discipline and wider concepts of ‘race’, gender and : Alex McGlaughlin, Debbie Weekes, Cecile Wright.

This discontinuity may reflect gender stereotypes and gender differences in the embodiment of social class. The authors argue that these patterns reinforce male privilege through the assertion that they are not engaged in social class exclusion while lacing undue blame on women as agents of class by: Alex McGlaughlin is Associate Head, Department of Social Sciences and Reader in Psychology at the Nottingham Trent University.

His teaching and research in Human Development has resulted in publications of infant crying, stress and stimulation in childhood and exclusion from school. Social class is a complicated term to understand and varies across national contexts. In contemporary education, as Mike Savage describes, social class is understood as part of the “taken for granted understandings that individuals bring to their relationships with others” and that relate to their sense of place in the world.

Rather the being understood as a fixed, static property, class. Get this from a library. Social class, gender and exclusion from school. [Jean Kane] -- Rising exclusion rates indicate the continuing marginalisation of many young people in education in the UK. This text traces the processes of exclusion and alienation from school and relates this to.

In engaging with these issues, I adopt a notion of class, not merely as a dimension of educational stratification, but as a multi-dimensional (gender, minority status and special needs) and dynamic configuration, played out within tensions of inclusion and by: 2.

In the academic yearthere were 7, permanent exclusions across England, which represents per cent of the total school-age population. Of these young people, only 1, (23 per cent) were girls.

The picture in primary-aged pupils is particularly extreme. and silly boys’: Gender and exclusion from school Anna Carlile Department of Educational Studies Goldsmiths College University of London IntroductionT his paper is concerned with findings about gender which form part of a larger ethnographic study.

The study was undertaken during my employment as a local authority (school district) Pupil. "Race," Class and Gender in Exclusion from School Article in The Journal of Negro Education 70(3) January with 76 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The impact of poverty on the processes of school exclusion requires greater recognition, because it helps to perpetuate an intergenerational cycle of social and educational : Gillean Mccluskey.

In this paper attention will be paid to issues arising from school‐based research into the experience of working‐class boys who are excluded. National and local school exclusion statistics indicate an overall gender imbalance: in the secondary school sector, for every four boys who are excluded only one girl is excluded.

Furthermore, statistics show that other groups such as pupils living Cited by: broadly by government policy rhetoric around social exclusion and inclusion.

Internationally, issues of social class remain pertinent, albeit contained within the language of ‘poverty’, socio-economic disadvantage and a ‘development crisis’ (UNDP, ). The links between poverty, access to .