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Society and education
Daniel U. Levine
|Statement||Daniel U. Levine, Robert J. Havighurst.|
|Contributions||Havighurst, Robert James, 1900-|
|LC Classifications||LC191.4 .L48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 621 p. :|
|Number of Pages||621|
|LC Control Number||88019250|
These are the right questions to ask. Education is not only aid for individual development, but also for the all-round development of society and the country. Let us go through these issues in brief. Steffes takes various aspects of educational history that have been well covered by other historians and knits them into a cohesive whole by considering their relation to state-building. These goals are to be achieved through education.
Rich cultural capital helps in better educational outcome. One-hundred thirty million people —roughly 40 percent of the country—rely on it for health care. Their expectations and instinct influenced by the cultural capital found in the school, also helps in social reproduction by encouraging less-privileged students to eliminate themselves from the system as drop outs. One may at a successive stage be introduced to culture through books. There is, however, effort being made to bring about the changes in the system, to develop comprehensive school system. He argues that the reproduction of labour involves two processes.
She addresses why Americans invested in public education and explains how an array of reformers subtly transformed schooling into a tool of social governance to address the consequences of industrialization and urbanization. In India we opt to put our children in English medium schools though our mother tongue is not English. This sort of inequality is found everywhere in the West. Such thinking might have resonated during the bleakest days of the Great Depression, when most liberal intellectuals and elected officials agreed in some form or another that capitalism was foundationally broken.
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At the same time education is also conditioned by the social structure. Learner having cultural capital different from accepted cultural capital are therefore disadvantaged.
America raised, supplied and deployed a military force of 16 million men, defeated Society and education book in Europe and the Pacific, and led the establishment of postwar economic order around the globe. Equality of educational opportunity is more talked about, than really believed.
Like Althusser, the American economists Bowels and Gintis Society and education book that the major role of education in capitalist society is the reproduction of labour power. Educational privileges must reach down to the poor and particularly it should benefit members of the Scheduled Castes.
Racially segregated schools have simply been poorer schools and children in these schools are not given the same opportunity to learn to the same level as white schools.
In England, there are elementary schools for the working class, Grammar schools for middle class children, and public school education, for the children of the upper class.
We will study conflict theory in next sub section. This is a cyclic process as the dominant group roots the values,and aims favouring themselves in educational institutions.
It did not save urban America from blight or depressed rural areas from further decline. It provides the skills required by modern political bureaucracies, in many emergent nations it has provided a common language, it helps to recruit elite and provides a central force in movements for independence.
In South Africa schools practise segregation on the basis of colour. It is the significant means of socialisation. According to Althusser, a French philosopher, as a part of the superstructure, the educational system is ultimately shaped by infrastructure. It means that educational changes occur because of social needs and aspirations.
Poor people need jobs and income, not qualitative assistance to help them capture prosperity that no longer exists. Instead, the chapter emphasizes on the nature of the interconnectedness between education and society.
In School, Society, and State, Steffes returns the state to the study of the history of education and brings the schools back into our discussion of state power during a pivotal moment in American political development. They inculcated the values of patriotism, nativism, humanitarianism only through education and these ideas were employed as tools against the British.
Signs of prosperity were in rich abundance everywhere. The educated parents give due attention to the education of the children.
Another gap exists between the intermediate school and the high school, which is largely a preparatory academy for entry into universities developed to meet medieval needs around professional study and cultural expansion. Both the theory has a role to play in defining the relation between sociology and education.
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