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The next generation; an ethnography of education in an urban neighborhood [by] John U. Ogbu.


New York, Academic Press [1974] .
ISBN 0127855890

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Subjects Academic achievement -- United States.
Academic achievement.
Anthropologie et éducation.
California -- Stockton.
Educational anthropology.
Educational sociology -- United States.
Educational sociology.
Minderheden.
Minorités -- Éducation -- Stockton, Calif.
Minorities -- Education -- California -- Stockton.
Minorities -- Education.
Onderwijs.
Sociale aspecten.
Sociologie de l'éducation -- États-Unis.
Stedelijke gebieden.
Succès scolaire.
United States.
Series Studies In Anthropology.
Description xvi, 275 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes A Revision of the author's thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1971.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 260-266).
Contents School failure: an adaptation to education with limited opportunity. -- Burgherside neighborhood, Stockton. -- Taxpayers and Burghersiders in patron-client relationship. -- Educational attitudes and aspirations of Burghersiders. -- School performance in Burgherside as an adaptation. -- How school failure adaptation is maintained: a lag in community effort. -- How school failure adaptation is maintained: teachers and the expression of clientage. -- How school failure adaptation is maintained: the clinical definition of academic problems. -- The education rehabilitation movement: taxpayers' solution to the problem of school failure in Burgherside. -- The silent minority: what Burghersiders think of taxpayers' "solutions". -- The next generation and the meanings of "equal educational opportunity."
Geographic Area California
Network Numbers (OCoLC)762207
(OCoLC)ocm00762207
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WorldCat Identities Ogbu, John U.
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