Gypsy children’s language socialization and its effects on school failures in HungaryJournal: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH (Vol.5, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2014-10-15
Authors : Ibolya Czibere;
Page : 632-638
Keywords : minority; Gypsy; language socialization; school failure; unemployment; exclusion;
Low educational attainment, early truancy from school and separated education in school (segregation) of Gypsies and their poor academic career count to be a tradition in the Hungarian education system. Mainly due to this and the lack of marketable skills, the active Gypsy inhabitants became the biggest loser of the political transformation and they were excluded from the labour market after introducing market economy, additionally, they fell behind hopelessly and became unemployed permanently. The study represents all the language socialization difficulties that are usually presenting since early childhood and produce the early school failures in early childhood, furthermore, they contribute early dropping out of school or hinder their secondary school education thereby contributing to the continuous reproduction of the disadvantages in labour market and to the maintenance of social exclusion.
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