Education - Theories

This is a simple crossword designed with the main purpose of helping others to revise the two main theories of education: functionalism and Marxism

FUNCTIONALISM - who suggests that education acts as a bridge between school and the workplace
Parsons
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FUNCTIONALISM - Who suggests that school pushes people together to be united in society as part of social solidarity
Durkheim
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FUNCTIONALISM - education places individuals into specific roles for society
role allocation
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FUNCTIONALISM - education rewards those who succeed
meritocracy
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FUNCTIONALISM - what is the idea out forward by Sultz in regards to the skills passed on to the next generation of pupils?
human capital
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MARXISM - who suggests that education is an ideological state apparatus as a main agency of control?
althusser
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MARXISM - what term describes the unofficial values of education put forward by Bowles and Gintis?
Hidden Curriculum
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who put forward the idea of the cultural capital (the particular skills needed to succeed in education)?
Bourdieu
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MARXISM - what is the term given to dominant ideologies that control the weaker members of society?
Hegemony
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