“… (This is a live edit space, published later at my publishing sites. This is a live edit space, published later at my publishing sites. The cartoon above is an exaggeration of the Punjabi male, however it is funny although the perception has never changed even while the community isn’t like this very much. However, as the thesis examined points out, this behaviour is a result of segmented assimilation where the need to protect thier masculinity over comes their motivation to do well in school as one factor observed. I validate that point further in this article.)
This is a UBC thesis interpretation and examination with the link below. Read this thesis below which this paper will examine and give you insight into these boys and why they fail, the stresses outside in their lives to be examined.
Thank You For Doing the Work to Publish this Thesis (2010, “Getting by high school : identity formation and the educational achievements of Punjabi young men in Surrey, B.C.”, Frost, Heather Danielle, University of British Columbia).
Education Shows Health Care Negiligent to An Education Epidemic:
An entire gender’s self perception unhindered by Health Care and Education Systems. Possibly Diagnosed incapable, possibly mentally ill and possibly criminal to limit opportunities, career gains, relationships and families? Mental Health as weapon or purposely negligent in a cultural warfare to ostracize a gender to decimation of thier desires for higher education, occupational choices? A Population segment with the Health, Education and essential services aiding in the ostracism of a population segment. Blame, Shame to an apparent problem…”
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