Listening to boys and young men

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Listening to boys and young men

A big problem loomingTable 2008 Enrolments of domestic students in fulltime tertiary study in New ZealandFemales Males Difference %L1-4 Certificate 84,600 79,800 -4,800 -5.6L5-7 Certificate 38,900 24,700 -14,200 -36.5Bachelor Degree 71,700 45,300 -26,400 -36.8Honours Degree 11,500 9,200 -2,300 -20.0Masters Degree 6,100 4,350 -1,750 -28.6Doctoral 2,550 2,210 -340 -13.3


Table 2: Summary of Enrolments of Domestic Students by Qualification and GenderCertificates 1-4 Diplomas 5-7 Bachelors Masters DoctoratesM F M F M F M F M F1990 N/A N/A N/A N/A 28027 31278 2123 1770 766 4561995 38799 35581 10648 22015 42307 52307 3658 3801 1382 9742000 40940 46194 16488 23887 45449 658462005 133326 143940 24992 38999 43713 68314 4521 6542 1964 21762009 106839 112970 26914 41724 48325 75838 4607 6505 2312 2692


Peaking•Premier Scholarship Winners•Police Apprehensions•Stand downs and suspensions


Boys’ Perceptions•Literacy (writing)•Growing disaffection•Expectations


Themes the same


Safe environment•Perceptions of being safe at school• Something stolen b= 41% g= 36%• Hit or hurt b= 49% g= 39%• Made to do b= 23% g= 24%• Made fun of b= 44% g= 40%• Left out of B= 34% g= 37%Most vulnerable Pacific Island girls and boysBeing Hit/hurt pakeha boys


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