anxiety and excitement in the move to secondary school Reference: Reay, D.
and Lucey, H., 2000. Identities in transition: . Oxford Review of Education, 26 oakley sunglasses shop (2), pp. 191 205. Related documents: This repository does not currently have the full text of this item. Abstract There has been okey sunglasses a tendency in the sociology of education to stress the anxieties and fears that are so potently aroused in relation to the transition to secondary school.
While this work is extremely important we suggest that an emphasis on fear and anxiety cannot get to grips with the very real sense oakley special of excited anticipation with which the children's talk in our study is also infused. The focus of this paper is to consider some of the ways in which anxiety does figure in children's narratives around the secondary school transfer. We oaklet sunglasses examine some of the positive functions of anxiety as part of a developmental process, placing it as an integral and necessary force in transitional states, particularly those connected to changes which impact powerfully on children's construction of 'self'.
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