Crozier Gill (2004). Parents, Children and the School Experience : Asian Families' Perspectives. Swindon : ESRC. En ligne : <http://my.sunderland.ac ... choolcommunitypaper.pdf>.
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This paper presents an aspect work in progress of a two year ethnographic study of parents and children of Bangladeshi and Pakistani origins in the North East of England; the research commenced in May 2002 and is funded by the ESRC (R000239671). The paper focuses on only the Bangladeshi community. In particular we discuss home â€“ school relations and the parentsâ€™ role in relation to their childrenâ€™s education as part of that. The parent is located within the context of the wider family and the Bangladeshi community. The concept of `parental involvementâ€™ is therefore broadened and takes into account these other dimensions. In the paper we discuss the diversity of practice and perspectives (with regard to schooling/education) within this ethnic group. We discuss the parentsâ€™ educational aspirations for their children, both in relation to school but also more broadly, and the recognition parents give to young peopleâ€™s decision-making autonomy.
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