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Chapter 16. Education. Sociological perspectives on education. Functionalist view Transmitting culture Promoting social and political integration Maintaining social control Serving as an agent of change. Conflict view The hidden curriculum Credentialism Bestowal of status

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chapter 16

Chapter 16

Education

sociological perspectives on education
Sociological perspectives on education

Functionalist view

  • Transmitting culture
  • Promoting social and political integration
  • Maintaining social control
  • Serving as an agent of change
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Conflict view
  • The hidden curriculum
  • Credentialism
  • Bestowal of status
  • Treatment of women in education
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Interactionist view
  • Teacher-expectancy effect: the impact that a teacher’s expectations about a students performance may have on the student’s actual achievements.
schools as formal organisations
Schools as formal organisations

Bureaucratisation of schools

  • Division of labour
  • Hierarchy of authority
  • Written rules and regulations
  • Impersonality
  • Employment based on technical qualifications
the student subculture
The student subculture
  • The collegiate subculture: focuses on having fun and socialising. Members of the collegiate subculture have little commitment to academic pursuits.
  • The academic subculture
  • The vocational subculture: primarily interested in career prospects and views college as a means of obtaining degrees that are essential for advancement.
  • The nonconformist subculture: hostile to the college environment and seeks out ideas that may or may not relate to studies.