Sociology - Education

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Functionalist Approach On Education
1.Skills provision 2.Role Allocation 3.Socialization
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Marxist Approach On Education
1. Reproduces inequalities and social relations of production of capitalist society 2. serves to legitimate these through myth of meritocracy
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Bowles & Gintis
Correspondence Theory: education directly relates to the world of work. Hidden Curriculum: reproduces the relations of production
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Paul Willis
Criticizes Bowles & Gintis, as his study on 'the lads' showed that they did not conform with 'the world of work'
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Emile Durkheim
saw education as the teaching of norms and values (socialization) She also saw that education taught pupils specific skills needed for an industrial society.
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Davis & Moore
viewed education as a means of role allocation
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Talcott Parsons
It is a bridge between the family and wider society, it socializes children into the basic values of society, it selects pupils are future roles in society.
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Marxist Approach On Education

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Paul Willis

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Emile Durkheim

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