Functionalism/New Right/ Marxism/ Interactionism

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Parsons - Functionalist
Bridge between work and family, achieved status, particularistic and universalistic values
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Durkheim- Functionalist
Social solidarity
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Davis and Moore- Functionalists
Role allocation, meritocracy
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Hargreaves- Functionalist
Contemporary schools focus on individual too much creating subcultures
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Charles Murray- New Right
Underclass, lack of male role models leads to educational underachievement, Bell curve
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Chubb and Moe- New Right
Voucher system- underclass
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Bowles and Gintis- Marxists
Hidden Curriculum, correspondence principle/theory
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Bourdieu- Marxist
Cultural capital
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Boudon- Marxist
Cost of persistence
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Althusser- Marxist
Ideological state apparatus
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Willis- Neo-Marxist
Learning to Labour, counter-school subcultures
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Rosenthal and Jacobson- Interactionists
Labelling and self-fulfilling prophecy, told teacher 20% of class were gifted
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Becker- Interactionist
Labelling- Middle class are closer to the teachers' ideal pupil
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Fuller- Interactionist
Self-fulfilling prophecy- black girls in London comprehensive school
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Hargreaves, Hester and Mellor (Hargreaves et al)- Interactionists
How teachers type and classify students- speculation, elaboration, stabilisation)
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Rist- Interactionist
3 tables- fast to slow learners (clowns)
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