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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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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Crozier2004a
Categories: General
Keywords: parents
Creators: Crozier
Publisher: ESRC (Swindon)
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Abstract     
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 – school relations and the parents’ role in relation to their children’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 involvement’ 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 parents’ educational aspirations for their children, both in relation to school but also more broadly, and the recognition parents give to young people’s decision-making autonomy.
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