Lecture 6-7_Schooling, Transmission of Knowledge and Socialization

Lecture 6-7_Schooling, Transmission of Knowledge and Socialization

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8/7/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Schooling, Transmission of Knowledge and Socialization
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8/7/11 A Note on the Developing World Why do some nations succeed at expanding education? Sociocultural Factors: Degree to which resources are invested Fertility Rates Absence of Political Conflict Family Culture Economic Policies Developing State Factors: Cohesive Developmental Elite
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8/7/11 Is transmission of knowledge important? Argument Against: Myriad Knowledge Sources Schools Do Poorly in Transmission Much Transmission is actually Socialization Arguments For Facts/Theories/Ideologies Transmitted Affect Decision-Making Practical Importance of Mastery Subjects Have Aura of Importance
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Curriculum…and its origins Key Forces: Purpose for school levels Interests of Social Actors Involved in Curricula How each level is defined in relation to each other Moralistic or Developmental Models? Demographics of Student Body
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course SOC 160 taught by Professor Abrutyn during the Spring '10 term at UC Riverside.

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Lecture 6-7_Schooling, Transmission of Knowledge and Socialization

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