by Margaret Diane LeCompte and Kathleen P. Bennett De Marrias. A basic introduction to the sociology of education.
by Margaret Diane LeCompte and Kathleen P. Focusing on elementary and secondary schooling in the United States, it presents a survey of the standard topics and major theories in the field within a critical theory perspective.
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The text works well for foundations of education, sociology of education, education and public policy, and education and society courses. In the authors' view, The Way Schools Work is that they insidiously promote and support the values of America's dominant culture-the white, male, middle class which actively works to keep minorities and women in their place. The first chapter is such a muddle that it is difficult for one to determine exactly what the authors are trying to say.
Kathleen Bennett deMarrais, Margaret D. LeCompte. Includes extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in today's classrooms. Wide ranging content draws on social theory as well as the sociology of organizations, of work and the professions, and of knowledge.
The way schools work: A sociological analysis of education. KP Bennett, MD LeCompte. Longman Publishing Group, 95 Church Street, White Plains, NY 10601, 1990. KB DeMarrais, MD LeCompte. Longman Publishing Group, 1995. The way schools work: A sociological analysis of education. How Schools Work: Sociological Analysis of Education.
The way schools work : a sociological analysis of education. Kathleen P. Bennett, Margaret D. 2. The Social Organization of Schooling. 3. Youth Culture and the Student Peer Group
The way schools work : a sociological analysis of education. 1. Theory and its Influences on the Purposes of Schooling. Youth Culture and the Student Peer Group. 4. The Labor Force in Education: Teachers, Counselors. More). Giving up on School: Student Dropouts and Teacher Burnouts.
The Way Schools Work continues to offer cutting-edge analysis of contemporary schooling in America from critical perspective. Extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in today's classrooms is included.
Bennett, Kathleen . LeCompte, Margaret . This book analyzes the sociology of American education from a historical viewpoint. LeCompte, Margaret D. The sociology of education is concerned with the study of groups of people within educational institutions. The chapters in the book derive from social theory, the sociology of organizations, the sociology of work and professions, and the study of class, race, and gender. Chapter 3 discusses the impact of social change on the way children experience childhood and the way they relate to and resist the influence of schools, and chapter 4 examines the characteristics of school participants and the work they do.
The way schools work. a sociological analysis of education. by Kathleen Bennett DeMarrais, Kathleen Bennett de Marrais, Margaret LeCompte. Published 1990 by Longman in New York.