澳洲通信学论文代写:孩子的教育活动

澳洲通信学论文代写:孩子的教育活动

虽然在这项研究中审查的文章确定,许多因素促成了这些可怜的结果,他们不专注于一个单一的,主要的原因,过多的辍学率。相反,他们得出的结论是,所有这些因素,或一些组合,影响西班牙裔学生的愿望离开学校早。然而,文献确实表明,一个重要的,如果不是最重要的,辍学的原因是上面列出的最后一个因素,没有西班牙裔家长参与学生的学习过程。不幸的是,没有足够的研究为什么西班牙裔父母不参与其他群体,所以需要进一步的分析。由于这似乎是一个不太审查的领域,我决定深入探讨这个问题,并探讨拉美裔父母不参加他们的孩子上学的可能原因。这是一个重要的话题,因为家庭是西班牙裔文化的中心。孩子们接近他们的家庭和他们居住的社区,所以更多的家长参与可能是一个重要的一步,以帮助保留这些学生。 另外,我相信使用评估文化从文化维度Hofstede模型框架可以帮助解释为什么西班牙人不更多地参与孩子的教育活动。更具体地说,它似乎是国家文化的权力距离值维度可能是一个因素,防止西班牙裔美国人专注于教育,以改善他们的社会地位。权力距离描述了在何种程度上一个社会的强大的成员(如家庭)接受和期望权力在机构和组织分布不平等。这种行为表明,文化的不平等的作用是赞同的追随者和领导人。对权力距离的高评价意味着权力和财富的巨大不平等在文化中存在和容忍,如阶级或种姓制度阻碍了向上流动。大多数移民到美国寻求工作的拉美裔人来自于在权力距离文化维度上有很高评价的英国人,来自于美国的。事实上,墨西哥是世界排名前五的高功率距离国家

澳洲通信学论文代写:孩子的教育活动

Although the articles reviewed in this study determined that many factors contributed to these poor results, they don’t focus on a single, major cause for the excessive dropout rates. Instead they conclude that all of these elements, or some combination of them, impact Hispanic students’ desire to leave school early. The literature does suggest however that a significant, if not the most important, reason for dropping out is the final factor listed above, the absence of Hispanic parents’ involvement in the students’ learning process. Unfortunately, there is not enough research on why Hispanic parents are not as involved as other groups, so further analysis is needed. Since this seems to be a less reviewed area, I have decided to look deeper into the issue and explore possible reasons why Hispanic parents do not participate in their children’s schooling. This is an important topic because family is central to the Hispanic culture. Children are close to their families and to the communities they live in, so more parent involvement can be a significant step in helping with the retention of these students Additionally, I believe using the framework from Hofstede’s Model of Cultural Dimensions for assessing cultures may help explain reasons why Hispanics are not more involved in their children’s educational activities. More specifically, it appears that the power distance value dimension of national culture could be a factor that prevents Hispanics from focusing on education to improve their position in society. Power distance describes the extent to which less powerful members of a society (like the family) accept and expect that power in institutions and organizations is distributed unequally. This behavior suggests that a culture’s role of inequality is endorsed by both the followers and the leaders. A high rating on power distance means that large inequalities of power and wealth exist and are tolerated in the culture, as in a class or caste system that discourages upward mobility. A majority of the Hispanics who immigrate to the U.S. to seek work are from Mexico which has a very high rating in the power distance cultural dimension. In fact, Mexico is ranked in the top five of high power distance countries in the world

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