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Key words for GCSE sociology.

anti-school Anti-school subculture includes students who fight against the school's values.
subculture Anti-school subculture includes students who fight against the school's values.
homeschooling Homeschooling is when students are taught at home by parents or private tutors.
de-schooling De-schooling is the idea that children should be able to direct their own learning.
correspondence The correspondence principle is the idea that school should mirror the workplace.
principle The correspondence principle is the idea that school should mirror the workplace.
league League tables rank schools based on performance.
tables League tables rank schools based on performance.
mixed Mixed ability groups include students of all abilities.
ability Mixed ability groups include students of all abilities.
public Public examinations are marked by external examiners rather than by teachers.
examinations Public examinations are marked by external examiners rather than by teachers.
meritocratic In societies based on meritocratic principles, achievements are believed to be due to a person's effort and talents.
principles In societies based on meritocratic principles, achievements are believed to be due to a person's effort and talents.
cultural Cultural capital describes the attitude and knowledge that middle class children have which allow them to succeed at school.
capital Cultural capital describes the attitude and knowledge that middle class children have which allow them to succeed at school.
deprivation Cultural deprivation is the idea that some students will not do well at school due to not being socialised with the 'correct' values.
capitalism Capitalism is an economic system which encourages the making and spending of money.

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subculture
homeschooling
de-schooling
correspondence
principle
league
tables
mixed
ability
public
examinations
meritocratic
principles
cultural
capital
deprivation
capitalism

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