Describe key features of Australia’s ‘socially segregated schooling’ system. Question 2 Explain the relationship between schooling and the ‘cultural reproduction’ of society. Question 3 Define the meaning of “invisible backpack weighted down with struggles” and apply it to an example from this week’s online resources Question 4 (1pt) According to Lucinda Aberdeen, which of the following is NOT a key determinant of educational aspirations in Australia: Supportive home and community environments Cost and distance Knowledge of post-secondary pathways Precarity Lucinda Aberdeen’s research documents: Low levels of aspiration to attend university amongst regional and rural school students. Low levels of aspiration to attend university amongst 1stand 2nd generation migrants Lower levels of aspiration to attend university amongst young people with low educated parents. Lower levels of aspiration to attend university amongst young women than young men. Question 6 The concept of neurodiversity best describes: (Please indicate the correct answer) A bio-medical model of disability. A stigmatisation of disability. A social model of disability. A tolerance towards disability. Question 7 Analyse the significance of ‘cultural capital’ and ‘social capital’ in the decision to study at university. (Ensure that the meaning of each form of capital is clear) Please note: Use intext references - e.g. (Fredericks, 2007, p. 96), (AIHW, 2018), etc. - where required to support a factual claim, the definition of a concept, or reference to an academic debate. Provide full bibliographic details for any intext references at the end – these will not be part of the word count.