Explain some of the tangible markers teachers consciously or unconsciously use

Explain some of the tangible markers teachers

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3.Explain some of the tangible markers teachers consciously or unconsciously use to hierarchize students. 176 What other markers might exist?4.Looking at your response to the last two questions, how might this maintain class and economic inequalities in the US. Explain5.How does middle class white dominate society impose its will, its values and
cultural capital on other racial/ethnic and class groups through the use of symbolicviolence? 1776.Under the guise of liberal value neutrality and objectivity do public schools remain racist institutions that force mainstream bourgeois Eurocentric values on other more marginalized groups? Explain.7.Explain Primo’s problem as a Nuyorican sent back to Puerto Rico to live with his grandparents. 178-1798.Why is it necessary for youths to cultivate violent personas in school, especially when frequently changing schools. 181-1829.How does Ceasar’s conversation with Bourgois reflect battered-child rationalizations and denials of early childhood abuse? 184-18510. Make some comments on Caesar’s school experiences using his conversation withBourgois on pages 187-189. In your discussion, include Caesar’s experiences withthis teachers, girls, and special education students.11. How did the above conversation force the author to confront anthropology’s methodological caveat of suspending moral judgment? 18912. How and why do many minority children get labels in the the public school as emotionally disturbed, learning disabled (low IQ) and placed into an undesirable class? Let’s discuss this.13. How was Primo’s future career in the underground economy learned at school? 14. How does the author view graffiti sprayed on the schoolyard walls? 193 Do you agree?
15. Look at the changing demographics of Manhattan’s Upper East Side and Harlem using social explorer. Record your observations. Explain.16. How did people like Primo become incorporated into “street crime” through socialization in the peer group? 194-19517. As a researcher, how did the author deal with the stories of adolescent gang rape? What issues was he confronted with? How did he deal with them? How would you deal with such issues? 20518. Discuss the author’s comments after Primo’s rape story on pg 297 and the challenges he faced with ‘psychopaths’ that had become his friends.19. Explain the author’s reservations about reporting his findings on rape in the Puerto Rican street culture of NY. 207-209 Include in your discussion his reservations from a political perspective (207) and colluding with the sexist status quo.

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