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  • Education
    • Manual workers
      • The more physical jobs are usually often poor paid as it does not require high levels of qualifications
    • Non-manual workers
      • A person whose job involves the use of their mind, rather than the use of their hands or physical strength. Often higher paid requiring academia
    • Low pay/ status work
      • Puts additional stress on an individual
      • Lead to ill health or possibly depression
      • Low self esteem and self confidence levels
      • Social interaction
    • High pay/ status work
      • Feeling/ sense of achievement
      • Boost self-esteem levels
      • Social interaction
      • Enjoyment of work means you live a healthier and happier life, physically and mentally
    • Poverty and health
      • Those in professional work have a life expectancy around 8 years longer than those in lower class, unskilled work
      • Children born into poverty have a higher risk of mortality
      • Foodbanks
        • Mostly processed foods
        • Can lead to unbalanced diets
        • More than 1200 in the UK
    • Education
      • Primary socialisation
        • The process of a child learning the norms, attitudes, and values of the culture and society in which they are growing up
      • Secondary socialisation
        • The process of learning appropriate behaviour in society. Influences can be:
          • Education
          • Media
          • Government
          • Religion/ culture
    • Values and Attitudes
      • Influenced by how an individual experiences primary and secondary socialisation with family, carer, and peer groups
        • Also influenced by life experiences such as bullying, harassment, and discrimination
      • The culture that an individual is brought up in and the community in which they live in can affect their educational success
      • Values = a person's own set of principles which they consider of great importance
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      • Social networking is one of the main influences of values and attitudes
        • Can be impacted both positively and negatively


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