Social theory and education : a critique of theories of social and cultural reproduction / by Raymond Allen Morrow and Carlos Alberto Torres.

Author
Morrow, Raymond Allen [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1995.
Description
xv, 517 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
  • Teacher empowerment and school reform [More in this series]
  • SUNY series, teacher empowerment and school reform
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-499) and index.
Contents
  • 1. Social theory and education. Metatheoretical foundations. 2. Structural functionalism and systems theories. The functionalist tradition : Parsons and education
  • Neofunctionalism and education. 3. Structuralism : neo-Marxist and conflict theories. Structuralism and the logic of reproduction
  • Structuralist Marxism : correspondence theories
  • Structural conflict theories : culture, class, and domination. 4. The convergence of neo-Gramscian and critical theory. Critical theory and education : from the Frankfurt school to poststructuralism
  • The two Gramscis and education : technical competence versus political consciousness. 5. Agency and structure : resistance and reproduction. The recovery of agency : from the British new sociology of education to cultural studies
  • Critical pedagogy in the United States : Michael Apple and Henry Giroux. 6. Education, the state, and the logic of reproduction. The capitalist state and educational policy formation
  • Education, race, and gender : towards a critical modernist perspective
  • Education, the fragmentation of domination, and postmodernism
  • The logic of reproduction : summary and conclusions.
ISBN
  • 0791422518 ((alk. paper))
  • 9780791422519 ((alk. paper))
  • 0791422526 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
  • 9780791422526 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
  • 0585058997
  • 9780585058993
LCCN
94003956
OCLC
29791323
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