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Social Reproduction  in Theoretical  Perspective TE 250
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Structure V. Agency Structure: Institutional, societal Agency: Personal action
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Schools train the wealthy to take places at the  top of the economy. Schools condition the poor to accept their  lowly status in the class structure. Hint:::: Correspondence Theory  Quote from first day of class
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Cultural Capital and Habitas What is CC Does it make sense that Can work for or against You in school? What is Habitas? Do schools have a preference of habitas?
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Pierre Bourdieu Cultural Capital: Upper class families inherent the capital that is valued by  schools.  Lower class families do not learn this cultural capital.   This perpetuates inequality. Objectified • Institutional • Embodied Habitus: “A system of lasting, transposable dispositions which, 
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course TE TE 250 taught by Professor Grant during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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