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Het verzet van leerlingen tegen culturen van leerkrachten-verwachtingen: de belangrijke rol van een positieve leerkracht-leerling relatie

Jannick Demanet UGent and Mieke Van Houtte UGent (2012) Dag van de sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts.
abstract
Recent decades have seen many studies dealing with the effects of teacher expectations. While most have focused on students’ cognitive outcomes, we relate teacher expectations to student deviancy. We expect low expectations to be associated with students’ feelings of futility and less teacher support, which, according to respectively strain theory and social control theory, give rise to misconduct. Multilevel analyses of data (2004-2005) from 11 844 students and 2104 teachers in 84 Flemish secondary schools suggest that schools where teacher expectations are low have higher levels of student deviancy because students in those schools feel less supported by teachers.
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Dag van de sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts
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Dag van de Sociologie (DVDS - 2012)
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Utrecht, The Netherlands
conference start
2012-05-24
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2012-05-24
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English
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2998699
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2998699
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2012-09-24 15:59:14
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@inproceedings{2998699,
  abstract     = {Recent decades have seen many studies dealing with the effects of teacher expectations. While most have focused on students{\textquoteright} cognitive outcomes, we relate teacher expectations to student deviancy. We expect low expectations to be associated with students{\textquoteright} feelings of futility and less teacher support, which, according to respectively strain theory and social control theory, give rise to misconduct. Multilevel analyses of data (2004-2005) from 11 844 students and 2104 teachers in 84 Flemish secondary schools suggest that schools where teacher expectations are low have higher levels of student deviancy because students in those schools feel less supported by teachers.},
  author       = {Demanet, Jannick and Van Houtte, Mieke},
  booktitle    = {Dag van de sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Utrecht, The Netherlands},
  title        = {Het verzet van leerlingen tegen culturen van leerkrachten-verwachtingen: de belangrijke rol van een positieve leerkracht-leerling relatie},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Demanet, Jannick, and Mieke Van Houtte. 2012. “Het Verzet Van Leerlingen Tegen Culturen Van Leerkrachten-verwachtingen: De Belangrijke Rol Van Een Positieve Leerkracht-leerling Relatie.” In Dag Van De Sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts.
APA
Demanet, J., & Van Houtte, M. (2012). Het verzet van leerlingen tegen culturen van leerkrachten-verwachtingen: de belangrijke rol van een positieve leerkracht-leerling relatie. Dag van de sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts. Presented at the Dag van de Sociologie (DVDS - 2012).
Vancouver
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Demanet J, Van Houtte M. Het verzet van leerlingen tegen culturen van leerkrachten-verwachtingen: de belangrijke rol van een positieve leerkracht-leerling relatie. Dag van de sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts. 2012.
MLA
Demanet, Jannick, and Mieke Van Houtte. “Het Verzet Van Leerlingen Tegen Culturen Van Leerkrachten-verwachtingen: De Belangrijke Rol Van Een Positieve Leerkracht-leerling Relatie.” Dag Van De Sociologie (DVDS - 2012), Abstracts. 2012. Print.