5 edition of Policy, pedagogy, and social inequality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -141) and index.
|Statement||Penelope E. Herideen.|
|Series||Critical studies in education and culture series,|
|LC Classifications||LB2328.15.U6 H47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 146 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||98018505|
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Policy, Pedagogy, and Social Inequality: Community College Student Realities in Post-Industrial America (Critical Studies in Education Cited by: 9. The book argues that critique and policy studies can have a transformative function, positing new dimensions for understanding the role of education policy in connection with recurrent social problems and seeking the amelioration of social inequality in ways that challenge the possibility of equity in the liberal democratic state, as well as in Manufacturer: Springer.
The book argues that critique and policy studies can have a transformative function, positing new dimensions for understanding the role of education policy in connection with recurrent social problems and seeking the amelioration of social inequality in ways that challenge the possibility of equity in the liberal democratic state, as well as in.
Policy, Pedagogy, and Social Inequality: Community College Student Realities in Post-Industrial America. Critical Studies in Education and Culture Series.
Herideen, Penelope E. This book examines the pedagogy of the community college in higher education from the perspective of a "critical lover." The introduction provides a profile of the community Cited by: 9.
The emphasis of these approaches and associated value base aligns itself well with the core principles familiar in social pedagogy. As Ryyänen and. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 23(2), – Burger, K. Intergenerational transmission of education in Europe: Do more comprehensive education systems reduce social gradients in student achievement.
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 44, 54– Burger, K. It remains important to teach about the social divisions, social relationships and social policies that are fundamental to contemporary life and underpin social inequalities.
This book achieves this across a number of dimensions, including class, race and gender, and raises the debate from the personal and local, to the structural and global.
In his book The Killing Fields of Inequality (/), sociologist Göran Therborn brought together empirical data, theoretical reflections and historical and political analysis in order to outline an analytical tool for understanding the complex phenomenon of inequality.
In this article, it is asked whether Therborn’s framework, rooted in the idea that social inequality is a social.
“This government is making inequality in education worse, not better,” she says. Reay carried out more than interviews and identified. It publishes books that seek to re-articulate policy discourses, the realm of research, or which posit (1) new dimensions to understanding the role of education policy in connection with enduring social problems and (2) the amelioration of social inequality in ways that challenge the possibility of equity in the liberal democratic state, as.
Inequality—the state of not being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities1—is a concept very much at the heart of social justice theories. However, it is prone to confusion in.
Bukodi, E. () Cumulative inequalities over the life-course: Life-long learning and social mobility in Britain, Journal of Social Policy, (doi: /S). Bukodi, E., F. Eibl, F.
et al. () Linking the macro to the micro: a multidimensional approach to educational inequalities in four European countries. Better targeting of social programmes.
Targeting helps to reduce income inequality and inequalities related to education and health. Income transfers programmes can have a greater and longer term impact if better targeting is used, ensuring people with wider gaps in access and income inequality are participants of the programmes.
Education policies is the largest topic within the sociology of education can be a little overwhelming, and the best step is to learn the basic details of the policies first (taking a historical approach) and then focus on how each policy has influenced things such as equality of opportunity and standards of education.
Here are recommended books on history and current issues in school reform and education also suggest a subscription to the Rethinking Schools journal for articles on education from a social justice perspective. Find children's/YA books and more titles on teaching in our full collection of booklists by theme.
As I wrote about in my book, Inequality for All (), economic inequality is nothing new; there have always been a few people with much greater resources than the rest.
What makes it possible for people to accept this inequality is social mobility – the ideal that with hard work and a little luck anybody can reach the top of the economic.
Policy, Pedagogy, and Social Inequality: Community College Student Realities in Post-Industrial America: Herideen, Penelope E.: Books - or: Penelope E. Herideen. In a context of increased politicization led by state and federal policymakers, corporate reformers, and for-profit educational organizations, The Politics of Education Policy in an Era of Inequality explores a new vision for leading schools grounded in culturally relevant advocacy and social justice timely volume tackles the origins and implications of.
Functionalist theorists believe that inequality is inevitable and desirable and plays an important function in society. Important positions in society require more training and thus should receive more rewards.
Social inequality and social stratification, according to this view, lead to a meritocracy based on ability.; Conflict theorists, on the other hand, view inequality.
Policy, pedagogy, and social inequality: community college student realities in post-industrial America. Policy, pedagogy, and social inequality: community college student realities in post-industrial America. [Penelope E Herideen] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Penelope E Herideen.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Educational inequality is the unequal distribution of academic resources, including but not limited to; school funding, qualified and experienced teachers, books, and technologies to socially excluded communities tend to be historically disadvantaged and oppressed.
More times than not, individuals belonging to these marginalized groups are also denied. The relationship between higher education and social mobility has probably never been under closer scrutiny.
This volume will appeal to academics, policy makers, and commentators alike. Higher Education and Social Inequalities is an important contribution to the public and academic debate.