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Parson(Functionalist)
Believes school is run in a fair meritocratic way, school is 1 of the main and best institute in society, it is the school where secondary socialisation and human capital take place (knowledge, skills, cognitive ability and personal/social skill)
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Davis and Moore(Functionalist)
Talk about role allocation so the school helps to allocate people to different jobs which helps fill up all job sectors otherwise there would be jobs with no employees and society wouldn't function properly.
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Bowles and Ginits(Marxist)
Passive & Obedient Workforce: the school is teaching students to do things as their told without questioning authority and thus are being obedient. The aim is to train students that they'll need to be passive & obedient at work(correspondence theory)
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Sharpe (study of working class this can fit into social class or gender difference)
Gender Domain: In her study she went to a school twice and asked girls what they wanted in the future Before in 1970's girls gave priority to getting married etc. however in her 1990's study girls now focused on getting and having a career.
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Kelly (study; Gendered Subject Images)
Gendered Subject Images: T
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Davis and Moore(Functionalist)

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Talk about role allocation so the school helps to allocate people to different jobs which helps fill up all job sectors otherwise there would be jobs with no employees and society wouldn't function properly.

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Bowles and Ginits(Marxist)

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Sharpe (study of working class this can fit into social class or gender difference)

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Kelly (study; Gendered Subject Images)

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