February 3, 2010

February 3, 2010 - ENG112 February 3, 2010 SOME RESPONSES...

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ENG112 February 3, 2010 SOME “RESPONSES” TO HARRIS’ POSITION REJECT Group Socialization (GS) THEORY 1. Individuals (as well as groups) CAN socialize children. Therefore, parents (as individuals) CAN socialize children. ACCEPT GS THEORY, REJECT ITS APPLICATION TO FAMILIES 2. All families CAN function as groups; therefore, families (as groups) CAN socialize children. ACCEPT GS THEORY, REJECT IS APPLICATION TO SOME FAMILIES 3. Some non-Western families function as groups, and therefore CAN socialize children. Research Proposal Issue: The relative advantage of coed and single-sex high school, and the associated problem of whether or not adolescent socialization plays a vital role in secondary education have been debated extensively over the last 20 years (Mathews 1993: Goodenough 1999; Wang 2005) State of Knowledge: Admittedly, great deal can be said in favor of single-sex high school; numerous studies have shown that girls demonstrate more academic confidence and score higher in math
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