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Unformatted text preview: 1.2: Weberian perspectives on education Sociology 124/S2011 Description on website, under resources Group assignments / planning session: Monday Notes on group projects ... I. Introduction: power & education II. Why did bureaucratized public education win? the rise of the common school III. Education as a Weberian status order IV. Weberian approaches to the study of education Outline of today's lecture Four eras in the history of US schools: colonial era to 1890s: common schools 1890s-1950: centralized public schools 1950 to 1980: politicized schools 1980 to present: marketized schools I. Introduction: power & education Schools have always been objects of power struggles dominated by elites Changing forms of schooling reFect power struggles over the organization of education To dene values: ideas of what is American, religious beliefs, moral & behavioral ideals To 'naturalize' social hierarchies Changing forms of schooling reFect, for Weber, distinct modes of organized power relations I. Introduction: power & education By the mid-1800s, politics of US education...
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course SOCIOLOGY 124 taught by Professor Mudge during the Spring '11 term at UC Davis.

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