publication . Thesis . 2015

Parent interactions in mediating behaviour problems of school-aged students: A case study set in a small BC Coastal community

de Jong, Marian Elizabeth;
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  • Published: 02 Nov 2015
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
In the process of parents’ interactions with principals and teachers to resolve behaviour problems, what happens that is likely to create positive outcomes for children in school? Research literature establishes that parent interactions, whether for behaviour or academic reasons, are directed by subtly defined or invisible parameters that provide inherent institutional influence to outcomes. Bourdieu’s social reproduction theory, which relates to the influence of cultural, social, and symbolic capital acting as currency in social behaviour, guided the study. A qualitative case study research design was used to examine parents’ experiences of parent-school intera...
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Medical Subject Headings: education
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