Seminar in Sociology - Chapter 12

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Seminar in Sociology – Chapter 12 1. An overview of education and religion a. Both institutions provide: a. Socialization of values/beliefs/behavior (religious socialization is usually  in the family) b. Stability and order through informal social control (small groups create  “power” for students, which doesn’t happen in lecture format) c. Instill knowledge (either technical or ritualistic) 2. Sociological   perspectives   on   education   –   EDUCATION   is   the   social   institution  responsible for the systematic transmission of knowledge, skills, and cultural values  within a  formally organized structure a. Functional   view   –   foundation   of   cohesive   social   order   and   commitment   to  common morality a. Manifest functions – open stated, intended 1. Manifest functions – open, stated, intended 2. Socialization 3. Transmission of culture 4. Social control 5. Social placement b. Latent functions – hidden, unstated, unintended 1. Restriction of activity 2. Matchmaking and the production of social networks  (homopholy –  like people attract like people)
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3. Creating a generation gap
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