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January 26, 2012

The Structure of Schooling Readings in the Sociology of Education

The Structure of Schooling Readings in the Sociology of Education

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The Structure of Schooling second edition of the structure of the school: Readings in education draws from classical and modern studies to study current issues and theoretical approaches to study the effects of school for the individual and society. This engaging reader introduces students to examples of sociological research on schools with particular attention to the school as a community. It covers a wide range of issues, including the development and application of social and cultural capital, the effects of racial segregation and inequality of resources in terms of student performance, tracking effects, the role of gender, class and race structured learning opportunities; effects of schooling on the life course, the importance of institutional environment of the school, and the sociology of school reform movements.

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The structure of the school, Richard Arum and Irenee Beattie successfully together to compile a complete player in the sociology of education to identify critical areas and examples of sociological research on schools and education from both classic and modern studies. Topics include the development and implementation of social and cultural capital, the effects of racial segregation, inequality of resources, the effects of monitoring, the role of gender, class and race to structure learning opportunities, the effects of schooling pending the results of life, the importance of the institutional environment of a school, and the sociology of school reform movements. Structure of the school is highly recommended addition to the sociology of reading lists and reference collections education.

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