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Sociology of Education

Four Volume Set
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November 2016 | 1 416 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This collection offers a guide to the core issues in the field of sociology of education, drawing on historically-significant material as well as contemporary sources, and offering perspectives from varied and diverse scholarship from across the world. While education is a major policy preoccupation in both ‘developed' countries and emergent economies, sociological knowledge about education is becoming more and more varied and dispersed, as new directions develop in response to older assumptions, and new and rapidly changing policy problems drive enquiry in different directions.

This major work responds to the challenge presented by diversity and differences of perspective in the field, drawing on a wide range of specialisms that allows researchers to ‘see' the field clearly, to understand its development over time, and appreciate its enduring contribution to knowledge.

Volume One: Theories & Methodologies in use

Volume Two: Politics and Policy

Volume Three: Equalities & Identities

Volume Four: Pedagogies & Institutions
 
VOLUME ONE: Theories and Methodologies in Use
On Education and Society Émile Durkheim
The Sociology of Education Jean Floud and A.H. Halsey
Functional and Conflict Theories of Educational Stratification Randall Collins
Michel Foucault on Education: A Preliminary Theoretical Overview Roger Deacon
The Forms of Capital Pierre Bourdieu
Understanding Structure and Agency Sharon Gewirtz and Alan Cribb
The Effects of Education as an Institution John W. Meyer
Weber on Education and Its Administration: Prospects for Leadership in a Rationalized World Eugenie Samier`
Working-Class Families and the New Secondary Education R.W. Connell
The Geography of Inequality: Why Separate Means Unequal in American Public Schools John R. Logan, Elisabeta Minca and Sinem Adar
Constructing the Sociology of Education as a Unique Discipline: The Cases of Mainland China and Taiwan Chang, J. and Renjie, Z.
Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory, and the Primacy of Racism: Race, Class, Gender, and Disability in Education? David Gillborn
Diminishing the Divisions among Us: Reading and Writing across Difference in Theory and Method in the Sociology of Education Lois Weis, Heather Jenkins and Amy Stich
Renewing Sociology of Education? Knowledge Spaces, Situated Enactments, and Sociological Practice in a World on the Move Terri Seddon
Teachers’ Work: Institutional Isomorphism and Cultural Variation in the US, Germany and Japan Gerald K. Le Tendre, David P. Baker, Motoko Akiba, Brian Goesling and Alex Wiseman
 
VOLUME TWO: Politics and Policy
Promoting Educational Reforms in Weak States: The Case of Radical Policy Discontinuity in Peru Maria Balarin
New Philanthropy, New Networks and New Governance in Education Stephen J. Ball
Policy Spaces, Mobile Discourses, and the Definition of Educated Identities Jason Beech
Politics, Markets and the Organization of Schools John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe
Specifying Globalization Effects on National Policy: A Focus on the Mechanisms Roger Dale
What Is Enlightenment? Foucault, M.
Consumption, Personalisation and Education Policy David Hartley
The Knowledge Society and Global Dynamics in Education Politics Anja P. Jacobi
Educational Evaluation: A Basis for, or a Legitimation of, Educational Policy Ulf P. Lundgren
Policy Inroads Undermining Women in Education Catherine Marshall and Michelle Young
Reimagining Attraction and ‘Borrowing’ in Education: Introducing a Political Production Model Jeremy Rappleye
Decolonizing the Evidence-based Education and Policy Movement: Revealing the Colonial Vestiges in Educational Policy, Research, and Neoliberal Reform Riyad Ahmed Shahjahan
Traveling Policies: Hijacked in Central Asia Iveta Silova
The Capitalist State and Public Policy Formation ­– Framework for a Political Sociology of Educational Policy Making Carlos Alberto Torres
The Fabrications and Travels of a Knowledge-Policy Instrument Luis Miguel Carvalho
Schooling in Capitalist America Revisited Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis
 
VOLUMETHREE: Equalities & Identities
Cherokee School Society and the Intercultural Classroom Robert Dumont, Jr. and Murray L. Wax
Gender Inequality in Education: Accounting for Women's Subordination Nelly P. Stromquist
New Modes of Reproducing Social Inequality in Education: The Changing Role of Parents, Teachers, Schools and Educational Policies Agnès van Zanten
Two Paths to Inequality in Educational Outcomes: Family Background and Educational Selection in the United States and Norway Liza Reisel
Social Class and Educational Attainment: A Comparative Study of England, Wales, and Scotland Lindsay Paterson and Cristina Iannelli
Privatization Reform and Inequality of Educational Opportunity: The Case of Chile Florencia Torche
Excluding the Included: A Reconsideration of Inclusive Education Roger Slee and Julie Allan
Race, Nation and Education: An Overview of British Attempts to ‘Manage Diversity’ Since the 1950s Farzana Shain
Internationalisation of Higher Education in South Korea: Reality, Rhetoric, and Disparity in Academic Culture and Identities Terri Kim
Fields and Institutional Strategy: Bourdieu on the Relationship between Higher Education, Inequality and Society Rajani Naidoo
Student Self-Formation in International Education Simon Marginson
The Aftermath of Race: The Politics and Perils of Theorizing Racial Identities in Education in the Age of Information Cameron McCarthy
Why Ethnic Minority Children Are More Likely to Drop Out of School: A Cultural Capital Perspective–Evidence from Ethnic Minority Rural Communities in the Northwest Sun Bacai and Xu Jingjian
Poverty, Education, Gender and the Millennium Development Goals: Reflections on Boundaries and Intersectionality Elaine Unterhalter
Atmospheres of Progress in a Data-based School Matt Finn
 
VOLUMEFOUR: Pedagogies & Institutions
Education and College Culture Marten Shipman
The ‘New’ Sociology of Education and the Study of Learning Environments: Prospects and Problems Lawrence J. Saha
The Organizational Structure of the School William B. Tyler
Toward a Theory of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Gloria Ladson-Billings
The New Work Order and the Australian Schools Shirley Grundy and Stewart Bonser
Literacy and Pedagogy in Flux: Constructing the Object of Study from a Bernsteinian Perspective Gemma Moss
Knowledge and the Curriculum in the Sociology of Education: Towards a Reconceptualisation Rob Moore and Michael Young
Social Class and Pedagogic Practice Basil Bernstein
Gender Equality, Pedagogy and Citizenship: Affirmative and Transformative Approaches in the UK Madeleine Arnot
On the Reception of Foucauldian Ideas in Pedagogical Research Helena Ostrowicka
The Assembling of Schooling: Discussing Concepts and Models for Understanding the Historical Production of Modern Schooling Inés Dussel
Understanding Learning Cultures Phil Hodkinson, Gert Biesta and David James
Knowledge and Cognition: The Sociology of Knowledge Reconsidered Gerard Delanty
Local Tradition, International Engagement: Challenges for the Asian Professoriate Anthony Welch
Analyzing Schools as Organizations: Long-Term Permanence and Short-Term Change Charles E. Bidwell
A New Professionalism? Challenges and Opportunities Julia Evetts

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