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Herkunftsbezogene Zuschreibungsprozesse in der professionellen Begleitung von Bildungsverläufen und Berufsorientierungsprozessen

Stauber, Barbara

Sozialer Fortschritt, Vol. 63 (2014), Iss. 4-5: pp. 102–107

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Stauber, Prof. Dr. Barbara, Universität Tübingen, Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft, Münzgasse 22, 72070 Tübingen

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Abstract

Social Background-related Ascription Processes in the Professional Accompaniment of Educational Trajectories and Occupational Orientation Processes

The principle of meritocracy is one of the myths of our transition system, which is apparent from the fact that the chances for females and migrant youths in the transition from school to work are much worse than their school achievements would suggest. It seems that the educational system creates social differences by way of subtle processes of institutional discrimination, according to which social origin is not relevant per se, but is set up as relevant within the educational system. The authors will discuss some results from a European research project on the governance of educational trajectories (www.goete.eu), focusing on the social ascriptions towards parents within the professional accompaniment of students' educational trajectories and occupational orientation processes.