Student Resistance: How the Formal and Informal Organization of Classrooms Facilitate Everyday Forms of Student Defiance

Abstract

Critical and resistance theorists propose that race and class backgrounds influence everyday forms of student resistance in schools. This article argues that the microsocial process of student defiance is less characterized by individual traits of race and class than by the formal and informal organizational characteristics of social settings. Using unique… (More)

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