Academic Distinctions: Theory and Methodology in the Sociology of School Knowledge

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Psychology Press, 1996 - Education - 194 pages
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Academic Distinctions is the most sustained and rigorous critique of radical sociology of school knowledge and its major figures to date. Using a variety of theoretical lenses to analyze and reconstitute the field--structuralist, poststructuralist and feminist--James Ladwig documents how the so-called "new sociologists of education" lost their theoretical way and failed to realize their educational goals.
 

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Contents

Deconstructing the Field
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four
85
five
105
seven
161
Notes
173
Bibliography
179
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