Get this from a library! Unequal childhoods: class, race, and family life. [Annette Lareau] -- "Class does make a difference in the lives and futures of American. Drawing on in-depth observations of black and white middle-class, working-class , and poor families, Unequal Childhoods explores this fact. Unequal Childhoods thoughtfully demonstrates that class differences Her depiction of this new world of childhood--and her comparison of the.
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Many of the middle class parents are remarkably specific about these demands and the advantages the various activities they organise for their children provide them with for their futures. Even sports are seen in this light — as training grounds for team work, learning how to deal with both success and failure, being focused on performance, connecting effort to reward and so on. There is a lovely part where a father and son are talking about comic book heroes and the son needs to justify what he has said about various characters with reference to the various texts.
That is, something identical to what will be expected of him at school. Needless to say, such a conversation was never observed in a working class family.