A quantitative study of the development of an relationship between perceived racism, oppostional school and collective guilt culture and educational outcomes and wellbeing for native Flemish and Turkish and Moroccan minority students.

01 January 2011 → 31 March 2016
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Education curriculum
    • Education systems
    • General pedagogical and educational sciences
    • Specialist studies in education
    • Other pedagogical and educational sciences
    • Applied sociology
    • Policy and administration
    • Social psychology
    • Social stratification
    • Social theory and sociological methods
    • Sociology of life course, family and health
    • Other sociology and anthropology
ethnicity racism flanders anti-school culture quantitative analysis culture of collective guilt educational inequality
Project description

This study employs longitudinal, multi-level modelling analyses technoques to investigate the development and inter-related nature of students' perceptions of racism, their adherence to an oppositional school and collective guilt culture and their educational and wider outcomes through a specifically designed longitudinal, random, selective survey of 7200 secondary native Flemish and Turkish and Moroccan minority students selected from 60 Flemish schools.