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2.2++Durkheimian+perspectives

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2.2: Durkheimian perspectives on education Sociology 124/S2011
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Assignment of groupless students ... Group projects
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I. Introduction: power, education & culture II. Catchup : Weberian & Marxian approaches III. Durkheimian approaches IV. Conclusion: education / authority Outline of today's lecture
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Weber: education is a status order Marx: education is a class order status distinctions have a class basis main functions: to reproduce, stabilize, & legitimate an exploitative economic system Durkheimian : education is a moral order a normative/cultural institution BUT EDUCATION IS BUILT ON AUTHORITY IN ALL THREE PERSPECTIVES! I. Introduction: power, education & culture
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Weber: the 'meritocracy' Rational modern capitalism The bureaucratization of everything Education systems States, business, parties, professions ... The rise of expert rule examination
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Sorokin (1959) Turner (1960) Collins (1971) Weberian studies of education cross-national variation in status orders is education important as a status order, or because it is a source of technical skill?
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