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matching funds, much better funding is available for schools in middle-c;ass districts tan for schools in poor and working-class districts ii. Teacher’s expectations of studen’ts abilities are influences y race and class c. Media – powerful transmitters of racial socialization i. Ex. African American and Latino/Latina actors complain that they are typically cast as drug dealers or users, pimps, prostitutes, rapists, murders, or muggers but are rarely given positive leading roles ii. 88% of daytime hosts are white d. toy, games, and recreational activities – i. crayola – flesh color – normal skin color is peach ii. dolls –the study – which one respresented themselves, then which
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one was the good doll vs which was the bad doll. 6. Anticipatory socialization a. Under class socialization – class difference may persist because eparrentsstrive to prepare their children for thw ork world they are liky to join when they become adults b. Higher parents’ socioeconomic status, the more likely theya re to emphasize indeendence in socializing their children, a reflection in patrt of the presume qualities needed for the occupations of managers and professionals uch childrent are anticipated to fill c. Parents with lower socioeconomic status are more likely to emphasize obedience in socializating their children a quality characteristic of rnak and file or nonmangerial jobs requiring workers to follow the orders of managers and supervisors. 7. Imposter syndrome – a. Under class socialization – schools – even when lower class children succeed later in life as educators and researchers holding advanced degrees, they frequently express feelings of the imposter syndrome b. Definition – the feling of people from the lower classes who succeed in life that they have fooled others into thinking that they are deserving of recognition, respect, and acceptance i. Black ceo - flaunting their shit. 8. Self-fulfilling prophesy – the phenomenon in which peple achieve to the level expected of them rather than to level of which they may actually be capable of a. Ex. When teachers assume that poor and working-class childrena re n ot capable of achieveing high academic performances expected of middle class and affluent children, lower-class and working-class children are likeluy to exhibit poor performance and feelings of inferiority 9. Invisible privledges – privledges that one gets based on intersectionality. a. invisible Privileges are privileges that people don't realize they  have. For example a white person may not realize that he/she  are no being profiled or stopped because they're white,  whereas a black person is more likely to be stopped by a cop  because of racial profiling. i. Women have lower insurance rates ii. Men get better paying jobs iii. Men don’t get judged as much

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