Unlikely+Brotherhood_IIV

Unlikely+Brotherhood_IIV - Irene I. Vega October 20, 2009...

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Irene I. Vega October 20, 2009 For ED 124 reference only, please do not circulate or cite.
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Gender r Peers & Social Capital (Conchas, Ch. 6) r Unlikely Brotherhood: A case study
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“…even when students share a racial and class identity, gender may strongly mediate their perceptions and behavior…” Source: Hubbard, L. (2005). The role of gender in academic achievement. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 18(5), 605-623.
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What is masculinity ? r What is femininity ? r How are these complicated by race/class intersections ?
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Related to Identity (e.g. age, race, class) Related to Context (e.g. U.S., Vietnam, etc.)
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Think about… femininity and masculinity. what is expected of students in classrooms and schools. students’ racial/ethnic and social class backgrounds.
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Females & males in every ethnic group have increased their postsecondary participation rates since the mid 1970’s r Females are the majority on college campuses ; in 2003, 51% F - 41% M had completed or enrolled in higher education r Aggregate focus on gender gap masks important racial differences
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Resources embedded in social networks that facilitate PURPOSIVE individual or collective ACTION (Bourdieu, 1972, 1986; Coleman, 1988) Information Channels Norms Mutual Expectations and Obligations
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course EDUCATION 124 taught by Professor Conchas during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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Unlikely+Brotherhood_IIV - Irene I. Vega October 20, 2009...

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