The dreams New Zealand teenagers have for the future are limited by gender and racial stereotypes, according to new research. More than year-olds participated in the study which looked into students' attitudes towards physical education PE and maths. University of Canterbury education researcher David Pomeroy, who has done previous research on implicit racial bias in streaming of maths, was alarmed by the findings. However, Dr Pomeroy said there was nothing wrong with students wanting a 'physical' career or their enjoyment of PE, rather that they saw themselves as being on the margins of academic subjects even when achieving good results. He told Morning Report the findings reflected the intergenerational reproduction of income inequalities and educational inequalities. It also "poses some difficult questions about our national hero-worship of mainly male sports stars".
Kiwi teens' dreams limited by gender, racial stereotypes - study
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You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. The research uncovered violent images were the most common potentially harmful content found online by teenagers aged 13 to 17 years. Photo: Getty Images Thirty-eight per cent of Kiwi kids had online contact with someone they had not met face-to-face in the past year, new research shows. And nearly half of all New Zealand teenagers were exposed to potentially harmful content online, including suicide how-to guides and violent images.
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