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On education-sociological perspectives

Donald A. Hansen

On education-sociological perspectives

edited by Donald A. Hansen and Joel E. Gerstl.

by Donald A. Hansen

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational sociology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    ContributionsGerstl, Joel Emery, jt. author
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 300 p. ;
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19019870M

    Education as an instrument of cultural defoliation: A multi-voice report. Review of Educational Research, 74, — A meta-analystic perspective on sex equity in the classroom. It draws attention to the many points of disagreement that exist between major thinkers in the sociology of education, and the values on which their ideas are based.

    If a society is disorganized, it must On education-sociological perspectives book to stabilize itself. Beginning in grade school, students are identified by teachers and other school officials either as bright and motivated or as less bright and even educationally challenged. Religion, in fact, depends on society for its existence, value, and significance, and vice versa. Private property is crucial to Capitalism, because the protection of private property rights is what makes the system work: the capitalist class are allowed to maintain the wealth from their investments, rather than having their property redistributed by the state, as would happen under communism. It states that each part of society functions to provide stability for the whole society. Quarterly Journal of Economics,—; Schanzenbach, D.

    Some cite the alleged On education-sociological perspectives book toward a culture that rewards effort instead of product, i. Although no one plots this behind closed doors, our schoolchildren learn patriotic values and respect for authority from the books they read and from various classroom activities. More and more, they find themselves in the position of educating new hires in abilities that, in the past, had been mastered during their education. Education and schooling differ in all societies, varying based on the methods of teaching of different cultural groups. By involving readers in crucial questions about the potential contribution of sociology to education policies and practices, it aims to bridge the divide between education as it is talked about by academics, and the concerns of policymakers and educators who have to make practical decisions about what is to be done.


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