To what extent does the discourse of ‘meritocracy’ mask the impact of social class on educational achievement.

To what extent does the discourse of ?meritocracy? mask the impact of social class on educational achievement.Essential reading:Carl, J.D., Baker, S., Robards, B., Scott, J., Hillman, W. and Lawrence, G. (2012) Think Sociology, Frenchs Forrest, NSW: Pearson Australia. [Ch. 3 ?Social Class in Australia?, pp.34-53.]2. how are ?gender and ?sexuality? related, and how is this relationship evident in the context of domestic or homophobic violence?Essential reading:Macionis, J. and Plummer, K. (2002) Sociology: A global introduction Second Edition, Essex, UK: Pearson Education Ltd. [Ch.12 ?The Gender Order and Sexuality?, pp. 286-319.]3. Describe some of the ways in which racism structures multicultural societies such as Australia.Essential reading:Henslin, J.M., Possamai, A. and Possamai-Inesdy, A. (2011) Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach, Frenchs Forrest, NSW: Pearson Education. [Ch.9 ?Race and Ethnicity?, pp. 268-306.]Hage, G. (1998) White Nation: Fantasies of White Supremacy in a Multicultural Society, Annandale NSW: Pluto Press. [Ch.3 ?Good White Nationalists: The Tolerant Society as White Fantasy?, pp. 78-116.]4. Evaluate the claim that place both shapes and is shaped by human beings.Essential reading:

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