Schooling and Equality
04/14/2015
Next week: Japan high school chapter
Bobo-Ch.1
Schooling and Equality
-Powerful groups dominate social institutions
-Dominate resources, curriculum, language
Schooling promotes cultural inequality in the form of informal
Labeling
02/10/2015
Labeling theory
Native American Schooling
1. Protestant ideologyo Capitalism
o Republicanism/Americanism
o Protestant
2. Savage
3. Land
Pierre Bourdieu- Culture Theory of Schooling
Unequal distribution of cultural capital
Reproduce i
Ability
03/24/2015
Cultural capitalsocial capitalperformancesuccess
Social class(goes in hand with above)
Race(cognitive)
Ability(non-cognitive)
Heckmann-family environment has a large effect of success of children
in the future. The children now are goin
Elissa Knight
4/19/15
Sociology of Education
Educating Rita
Educating Rita is a British 1983 film is about a young hairdresser who is
unhappy with her blue-collar, working-class environment and decides to further her
education in order to achieve happines
The World of Boarding Schools
04/14/2015
-The most fundamental purpose of education is to prepare students for
social and cultural positions within society
-Where a person goes to school may have little to do with his or her
technical abilities, but it ma
Cultural capital
03/31/2015
Cultural capital and Schooling
Children with cultural capital
o Come to school ready to learn
Home resources ready to learn
Already mastered basics of literacy and numeracy
o As a result they succeed in school
TIMMS and PIRL
Identity, race and social location
02/24/2015
Social locationcreates family behavior with respect to child rearing.
Child rearing is a outcome of cultivation
Cultivation can characterize concerted cultivation or natural growth
Consequences: daily life i
Social Order
02/03/2015
Socialization is a way we maintain Social Order
Goslin:
Education promotes advancing knowledge, occupational success
Functionalism:
Education promotes opportunity but that opportunity does not have to
be equal
Human Capital Theory
Race and performance
03/17/2015
High stakes testing
Accountability on the early childhood
Race alone does not determine performance. Other factors include:
Social class
Cultural capital
Social capital
Peer groups
Holbert?
Story about 8 African Ameri
Child-Rearing
02/17/2015
Social classFamilyCultural CapitalSchool SuccessSocial
CapitalEconomic Capital
Childrearing practices Social location and social class have an effect
on child rearing practices. Annette Lawry says that this is important in
examini
Elissa Knight
4/9/15
Sociology of Education
Mean Girls
Mean Girls, a 2004 American teen comedy filmy describes female high school
social cliques and the damaging effects they can have. Cady Heron, the main
character, is a 16-year-old homeschooled daughter
Testing contd & Freaks, Geeks, & Cool Kids
04/07/2015
Testing vs. Learning Outcome
Tests are one measure to measure learning outcomes but not a
good measure
Testing leads to classification, depends on cultural environment
Classification leads to hierar
Social Theory
January 19, 2016
Prehistory to Theory
o Theory: road-map, narrative, story
cycle of life view
human life expected to go towards something
o Old Testament above all other history
Social rooted in nature
o Assumption #1: > cycle of life, hu
Intro to Feminisms
01/22/2015
FIRST WAVE OF FEMINISM:
18th and 19th century
Industrialization
Suffrage
1848- Seneca Falls Convention
partnered with the temperance and abolition movement
Cult of Domesticity:
o Scientific sexism
o Biological inferiori
March 23, 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
CHAPTER 14
Section 14-3
a) 1. H 0 : 1 = 2 = 0
14-1
H1 : at least one i 0
2. H 0 : 1 = 2 = 3 = 0
H1 : at least one j 0
b) Analysis of Variance for current
Source
DF
SS
MS
F
P
glas
February 22, 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
CHAPTER 12
Sections 12-1
12-1.
223
553
10
223 5200.9 12352
a) X X =
553 12352 31729
1916.0
X y = 43550.8
104736.8
171.055
b) = 3.713 so y = 171.055 + 3.714 x1 1.126 x
15 January 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
CHAPTER 2
Section 2-1
2-1.
2-2.
Let a and b denote a part above and below the specification, respectively.
S = cfw_aaa, aab, aba, abb, baa, bab, bba, bbb
Let e and o denote a bi
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
December 21, 2009
CHAPTER 3
Section 3-1
3-1.
The range of X is cfw_0,1, 2,., 2000
3-2.
The range of X is cfw_0,1, 2,., 60
3-3.
The range of X is cfw_0,1, 2,., 99999
3-4.
The range of X is cfw_0
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
18 January 2010
CHAPTER 5
Section 5-1
5-1.
First, f(x,y) 0. Let R denote the range of (X,Y).
Then,
f ( x, y ) =
1
4
+ 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 =1
8
4
4
8
R
a) P(X < 2.5, Y < 3) = f(1.5,2)+f(1,1) = 1/8+1/
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
15 January 2010
CHAPTER 4
Section 4-2
4-1.
a) P (1 < X ) = e 2 x dx = (e 2 x ) = e 2 = 0.1353
1
1
2.5
b) P (1 < X < 2.5) =
e
2 x
dx = (e 2 x )
1
2.5
1
= e 2 e5 = 0.1286
3
c) P( X = 3) = e 2 x d
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
06 February 2010
&+$37(5
Section 6-1
6-1.
6-2.
6-3.
6-4.
6-5.
6-6.
6-7.
No, usually not. For example if the sample is cfw_2, 3 the mean is 2.5 which is not an observation in the
sample.
No, it
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
10 February 2010
CHAPTER 8
Section 8-1
8-1
a) The confidence level for x 2.5 / n x + 2.5 / n is determined by the value of z0 which is
2.5. From Table III, (2.5) = P(Z < 2.5) = 0.9938 and the c
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
10 February 2010
CHAPTER 7
Section 7-2
7-1.
The proportion of arrivals for chest pain is 8 among 103 total arrivals. The proportion = 8/103.
7-2.
The proportion is 10/80 =1/8.
7-3.
P(2.560 X 2.
March 15, 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
CHAPTER 10
Section 10-2
10-1 a) 1) The parameter of interest is the difference in means 1 2 . Note that 0 = 0.
2) H0 : 1 2 = 0 or 1 = 2
3) H1 : 1 2 0 or 1 2
4) The test statistic
March 23, 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
CHAPTER 13
Section 13-2
13-1
a) Because factor df = total df error df = 19 16 = 3 (and the degrees of freedom equals the number
of levels minus one), 4 levels of the factor were
Reading and Comprehension Questions for Chapter 14
1. Designed experiments can be used for
a. Process characterization
b. Process optimization
c. Product design
d. All of the above.
Answer d.
2. In a factorial experiment, all of the factors are varied one
Reading and Comprehension Questions for Chapter 16
1. Quality improvement is synonymous with elimination of waste.
True False
True
2. Statistical process control consists of the following problem-solving tools:
a. Histogram
b. Pareto chart
c. Cause-and-ef
Reading and Comprehension Questions for Chapter 10
1. This is an appropriate statement of a statistical hypothesis: H 0 : x1 = x2 .
True False
False hypotheses involve population parameters not sample statistics.
2. Completely randomized experiments are n