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Lecture Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Violet Renna
01:25:10
How does gender play a role in wealth, expectations, and achievements?
Maggie Holmes
01:27:27
When you and your colleagues conducted this study, did you focus the demographic of families to one area? Or did you choose to include families in vast geographic locations?
tammi
01:28:55
did you base research on "traditional family", mother/father + children, or was there more expansion in the study group
Kenny Mills
01:29:46
I have a question, I'm just not sure how to write it out
Elizabeth Sible
01:30:38
How where the families asked questions? Were they asked yes or no questions or questions that had more specific answers?
Abby Whitney
01:31:58
going off Elizabeth’s question, what kind of questions did you ask?
Elizabeth Sible
01:33:30
Was this study presented to any state or federal legislatures?
tammi
01:33:47
were the caregivers asked to answer based on a SINGLE child if more than one in the family.
Eric Khan
01:35:00
You mentioned a growing disparity between wealthy families and families that live in poverty, did your study look at how the growing cost of college education effected things like expectation and how far a child managed to go in their educational pathway?
tammi
01:35:22
I was asking because all three of my children have different education levels
Howard Hardesty
01:35:53
If education is a key way to escape poverty, could we look at expectations of educators (or others) to substitute or augment those of parents?
Kenny Mills
01:37:49
How do you feel about standardized testing? Do you think things like the SAT are rooted in class position?
tammi
01:41:08
is it possible that students are more focused on finding their own identities and possibly rejecting some of those perks of being wealthy
Kenny Mills
01:42:19
I know once I hit like 15, I put my nose to the grindstone more and cared less about being famous lol
Eric Khan
01:44:41
Did you find that the general wealth of families increase or decrease during the timefame you studied? Or did they stay relatively the same? Sorry if you answered this earlier, I got booted out of Zoom for about 5 minutes near the start.
McKenna Bayne
01:44:41
I'm not sure if you looked at this but did you see a difference on expectations and achievement in the families that had more than one child in the study?
McKenna Bayne
01:46:30
I have four siblings and my expectation is to be better than them
Kenny Mills
01:46:42
Same
Eric Khan
01:47:00
Thank you!
LeAndre Lewis
01:47:20
Thank You
Kenny Mills
01:47:25
Thank You
Cassidy Norkett
01:47:25
Thank you!
Jaedyn Russell
01:47:27
Thank you!!
McKenna Bayne
01:47:28
thank you
ashlyn gonzalez
01:47:32
Thank you
Elizabeth Sible
01:47:35
Thank you!
Drew VanAmburg
01:47:35
Thank you
Sara Gappa
01:47:35
thank you!!!
tammi
01:47:46
thank you!