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EDUCATION and SOCIAL CHANGE

Foreword by Alan Warde
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Open University Press, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Aug 2001
Dimensions: w 152mm h 226mm d 12mm
Weight: 259g
ISBN-10: 0335200680
ISBN-13: 9780335200689
Barcode No: 9780335200689
Synopsis
* How has education been transformed over recent decades?* What is the relationship between education and the state in contemporary society?* What are the consequences of educational change for schools, teachers, parents and learners?Education and Social Change undertakes a systematic sociological analysis of contemporary educational policy and practice. In doing so it charts the substantial and significant changes that education systems have undergone over recent decades, and places them within a broader context of social change. Thematically structured, the book brings together a diverse body of material from the sociology of education to provide a coherent and logical text. It takes a comprehensive approach, summarizing transformations that have occurred in educational policy, and addressing the consequences for institutions as well as for teachers, parents and learners. The author explores the complex and changing relationships between the state and the processes and practices of education. She also stresses the importance of educational experiences for the (re)production of collective and individual biographies. The result is an invaluable text for sociology and social policy students as well as for education professionals engaged in training or further study.

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