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3.1: Forms of capital Sociology 124/S2011
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Collect/bring background information on your school/district (unless you've made other plans)-- even if you are not in a group yet. You may use other sources to collect information on your high school (like the school's website), but you then need to note this in the table(s) and cite the source. Group projects: workshop on Wednesday! (45 minutes)
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I. Introduction: from the “big 3” to the “capitals” II. Social capital: tech.-funct. theory + Durkheim III. Cultural capital: Weber + Marx + Durkheim IV. Arguments & implications (in the digital age) Outline of today's lecture
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The “big three” perspectives: Weber : education is a status order – an object & an arena of contest over prestige Control: professional/credentialed experts Marx : education is a class order – a legitimator & amplifer of economic inequalities Control: economic/business elites Durkheim : education is a moral/disciplining order – a repository / transmitter of culture Control: cultural/community norms I. Introduction
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